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videowave errors


mommaof4

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Hello, I am making only my 2nd movie. It keeps closing the program on me. I have not noticed any specific thing that may trigger it. I was getting Visual C++ errors and run time errors and saw a fix on here. I am not sure if it worked becasue now I don't get any error message the program just closes. I am very frustrated becasue I love making the movies but am tired of having to save my work every few minutes so I don't have to start over.

 

Thanks

 

I am not sure which computer info I should post:

 

Microsoft windows XP home edition 5.1.2600 service pack 2.0

hard drive capacity : 186 GB

Processor - AMD athlon 64 processor 3400+ speed 2410MHz

video card Model Sis 760 driver : sisgrp.sys

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The fact that it's in the cluster with the USB ports and the keyboard/mouse sockets says to me that it's an onboard graphics set - those are fairly poor in terms of performance and that could be the culprit (they can't handle DirectX9 at all)

 

"... The SiS 760 Chipset built-in a high performance 256bit 2D/3D graphics engines with a Rendering Engine compliant to Direct3D 8.1 to maximize graphic performance and provide realistic graphic effect. A video accelerator and MPEG1/II motion compensation decoder is also included to provide smooth video output for gaming or movie watching...."

 

EMC really needs DirectX9 to function properly

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I'm not sure but I thought the SiS 760 was a motherboard - it's possible you have an onboard graphiocs set which is never the best for any DVD work.

 

Can you let is know if this is the case

 

(quick way to check is to look at the back - if the monitopr connects vertically along with the keyboard, mouse, usb, network cluster, it's onboard - if it's horizontal and away from those it's a separate card)

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I'm not sure but I thought the SiS 760 was a motherboard - it's possible you have an onboard graphiocs set which is never the best for any DVD work.

 

Can you let is know if this is the case

 

(quick way to check is to look at the back - if the monitopr connects vertically along with the keyboard, mouse, usb, network cluster, it's onboard - if it's horizontal and away from those it's a separate card)

 

 

I am not sure if I understand what I was to look at. I have a flat screen monitor but it connects with a large plug, one with all the little holes or prongs. Does that make sense? It does connect on the back vertically above the USB ports and below the mouse and keyboard. I appreciate any suggestions anyone can give as I a mclueless when it comes to most computer things. I was thinking maybe an HP photo program was causing it to close if that is even possible.

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