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Bsod With Emcs10!


cascade

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Sorry if this is in the wrong forum as im not very computer literate and havent used these types of things before, but this is my last resort.

I am creating a video in video wave and at random times the program shuts down and i get the bsod. It doesnt seem to be from any related actions or editing tools.

 

If someone could tell me how to fix this i would greatly appreciate it. sorry if this has been covered some where else. i am using a HP pavilion dv5000 with windows xp.

 

Cheers.

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cheers mate, just switched to software and will update directx now.

 

Not sure what cpu is but the sticker says intel centrino duo( yes its lame how little i know about my own computer).

 

Thanks for your help.

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cheers mate, just switched to software and will update directx now.

 

Not sure what cpu is but the sticker says intel centrino duo( yes its lame how little i know about my own computer).

 

Thanks for your help.

 

It sounds more like a heat issue. What are your processor temp and motherboard temp?

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Hey guys thanks for all your help. Switching the software rendering and updating directx seems to have fixed the problem.

 

Cheers again for everyones help as its great for beginners like myself to be able to work through problems with your shared knowledge.

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Just updated my video drivers and its still crashing, maybe 1 min. i added a transition and when i viewed a clip it crashed.

 

Not really sure what else to do?

 

Have you switched to software rendering? Top menu, tools, options, put a dot near software.

 

Also update Microsoft's DirectX.

 

What CPU do you have in that HP laptop?

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