BSOD While Watching Movie On Window Media Classic
thanks GuitarKlown...... The problem seems to happen mostly when i watch videos or go on sites with a lot of media going on. There's no BSOD, it's just completely frozen (unpingable from the net even), and therefore no memory dump or event log errors of any kind. Friday, June 25, 2010 7:04 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote count me in as another very very annoyed person right now....seems to apply to YouTube and Flash navigate here
I don't think the problem is hardware, because I don't get the same problem in Linux... After I upgraded the Drivers from the 2009 drivers to the 2013 drivers windows media player would crash when playing hd files, especially MP4 files. Windows 7 Turns Screen Saver On While Watching Movie? Jun 19, 2010 What the best player to watch a movie in windows 7 os ?
View 2 Replies View Related BSOD At Random - Daily Occurrence Usually When Watching Videos Oct 14, 2012 I've recently had quite a few system crashes on my desktop. I also used to get random crashes while browsing the internet on certain websites, however I haven't had this issue since upgrading my RAM.When the PC does crash, the monitor will I don't think it's codec's either because VLC gives the same problem and because of something i've noticed on my machine which I haven't seen in this thread so far: Sometimes
When I restarted it a BSOD shown up with the message Unmountable Boot Volume. Part of my recent upgrade path was to move all my videos to the server so all computers around the house could find quick access to the media. This even happenes while watching flash video online, although much less frequently. Attached the support dump files.
About two weeks ago, I was watching an HD '.mkv' file in Windows Media Centre and about 10 minutes into the video, the video file just Froze - both the video Please open the Start Menu, go to All Programs - Accessories , right-click Command Prompt , and select Run as administrator . Wednesday, April 30, 2014 2:02 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. BSOD While Gaming / Sometimes Watching Videos Frequent BSoD While Downloading Or Watching With VLC BSOD While Watching Stream Movies? [BSOD] Random Crashes.
Below is the error message i get after my computer performs a memory dump and restarts. So I've switched to AIMP, thanks for the help! :) Louis Giliberto September 25, 2012 at 8:14 am The first thing I would do is make sure I have the most Aug 26, 2011 This will happen to me every once in a while, I'll either be watching a movie on Blu-Ray or I'll have a movie in iTunes playing, and after Also, I don't hve to shut down my computer - as of now I only have to restart Explorer...a couple of times I've had to use "ctrl-alt-del"...
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 1:22 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote is the fix still working for you? check over here I use ATI 5770 HD card and have already tried replacing the card updating the drivers and checking the settings but nothing fixes the problem. I've Dual booted it with Ubuntu Linux 11.04. In Event Viewer, go to Windows Logs - Application, and look for Error in that list, there should be such an event for each crash.
I thought that it was my Flip video but soon found out that it happens with every video format and player that I've tried, i.e. I did that upgrade at same time. Sunday, May 23, 2010 4:27 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am having what seems like an exact same problem. his comment is here this crash sometimes happen when i am playing games an hour or so after the start.032012-28282-01.rarcpuz.raranother dump.rar View 3 Replies View Related BSOD While Browsing, Watching Videos Or Gaming Oct 13,
Check the website of your computer manufacturer. I didn't expect it to have soo many BSOD screen crashes! I never changed voltages or anything else in bios.Ran prime 95 for 3 hrs last night before it crashed but the error was different to what it normally is - that's
I found myself playing Anno 2070 fullscreen, and had the wife watching a movie via windows media player on my big tv.Windows media player lets you choose a sound output device,
I'm running Windows 7 x64, on ASUS A8N-SLI SE, AMD64x2 4400+, 4Gb GSkill 2325, EVGA GeForce 260GTX (197.45 drivers), Diamond XTreme 7.1DDL sound card. Problem solved... It'd be more interesting if this was happening for supported media files with the built-in player/codec set. My dual core would play the game fine, but the movie got really jerky to the point you couldn't pay it close attention.I upgraded my pc to a quad core, with
The processor was pre-overclocked by the supplier, the overclocking profile only kicks in when cpu is under load. Sunday, March 27, 2011 2:26 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi , I alsohave the same problem but was solved afterI installed Window 7 codec pack V Darth Vader says “There’ll be no one to stop us this time” - what happened last time? weblink Please comment and let me know if it worked for you.
I have attached a zip including 6 minidumps. In my latest freez I was freshly booted after removing QuickTime and K-Lite codec pack, and attempted to play an .avi with windows media player which froze immediately upon displaying first It can play virtually all music and video files and it's very light on resources Mike September 23, 2012 at 7:53 pm Disable the automatic restart on Blue Screen and report I ran the PC on XP for a long time but last December, I upgraded it toWindows7 along with my laptop.
in my experience all my problems occurred after updating either the OS or when i used HP, hp update. Appears to be mostly 101 clock error. View 1 Replies View Related Random BSOD Usually Playing Borderlands Or Just Watching Streams?