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Encoding Freezes - nVidia GeForce 6150 LE


RSMGreg

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I thought I would start a fresh discussion. This is my first time on this forum.

 

I purchased EMC 9 online last Sunday. Since then I have absolutely been unable to encode a file. the application freezes every time. As note in the Title I have an nVidia GeForce 6150 LE card.

 

* I went into Events Viewer and found every instance of an error.

* I uninstalled several applications, including EMC.

* I installed each program one at a time and watched the Events Viewer

to make sure the errors did not reappear.

* I upgraded the video driver as described in the "Encoding Freezes, Stays

at 0%" thread.

 

No luck.

 

If I try to encode using "hardware" I never get past 0%. If I encode using software I get to 3% before the freeze. Either way, the Events Viwer shows an "Application Freeze" message.

 

I almost bought a new graphics card, but thought I would run my problem by you folks first.

 

Thank you!

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The 'LE' on the card would make me suspect that's the problem. In the meantime, did you try software rendering?

 

Also, make sure you have the latest drivers for the card and also the latest version of DirectX9.0c from MS

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Well, I never would have found this problem with out you folks.

 

I purchased, and installed a GeForce 7300 GT, and am happily burning DVD's.

 

Thank you!

 

Greg,

I was having the same issues that you were with the same 6150 LE and have since upgraded to a nVidia e-GeForce 7600 GS. I am still having a lot of issues with the EMC software though. Did you have to do anything special for installation?

THanks!

 

Matt

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The 'LE' on the card would make me suspect that's the problem. In the meantime, did you try software rendering?

 

Also, make sure you have the latest drivers for the card and also the latest version of DirectX9.0c from MS

 

* I updated to DirectX9.0c.

* I tried hardware rendering - failed.

* I tried software rendering - failed.

* I researched the inVidia GeForce 6150 LE - it is a chipset.

 

New video card or some other problem?

 

. . . Greg

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New video card - get a good mid-range one (you don't need an ultra fast one that throws games round like a table-tennis ball) ;)

 

Well, I never would have found this problem with out you folks.

 

I purchased, and installed a GeForce 7300 GT, and am happily burning DVD's.

 

Thank you!

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