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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby admin » 03 Aug 2017, 20:11

You can choose any format, I will have a look.
I must admit usually there could be errors in event viewer even when everyhing is ok on PC.
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby Doddie » 03 Aug 2017, 20:17

admin wrote:You can choose any format, I will have a look.
I must admit usually there could be errors in event viewer even when everyhing is ok on PC.

In that case i'll just post the oldest one using the copy function from Event Viewer and paste it right here...

If you need the rest of them, please just ask.

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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby admin » 03 Aug 2017, 20:24

This one is not related to VTM perfomance.
And what are the newest errors?
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby Doddie » 03 Aug 2017, 20:25

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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby admin » 03 Aug 2017, 20:28

The same error.

1) When are you getting it?
After starting a file in VTM?

2) Are there any other types of errors in event viewer?
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby Doddie » 03 Aug 2017, 20:38

admin wrote:The same error.

1) When are you getting it?
After starting a file in VTM?

2) Are there any other types of errors in event viewer?

1)I can't find any errors related to VTM in Event Viewer, the only ones i can find are related to .NET because i suspect that's where the issue is.

2) There are many but none that would normally worry me... e.g. in this instance, neither VTM of .NET have flagged an issue since 1st August BUT VTM continues to be slow with the embedded codecs.

I'd add that the only reason .NET flagged anything in Event Viewer was probably almost certainly because i rebooted after removing .NET so .NET wasn't there.
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby admin » 03 Aug 2017, 20:43

Application: VideoThumbnailsMaker.exe
So, no more error entries in Event Viewer for that app?
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby Doddie » 03 Aug 2017, 20:46

admin wrote:
Application: VideoThumbnailsMaker.exe
So, no more error entries in Event Viewer for that app?

None at all as far as i can see.... I'm going back and looking at the 28th which is when VTM worked (unexpectedly) to see if there's something in there that mentions VYM but if it is it isn't mentioned by name.
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby Doddie » 03 Aug 2017, 20:48

The problem with narrowing this down is, i suspect, is VTM never actually crashes... it's just slower with the embedded codecs than with the system codecs... by a lot.
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Re: .NET Framework woes.

Postby Doddie » 03 Aug 2017, 20:54

On the 28th, two errors and a Windows Error Reporting Information message, i'll post them over seperate post so they don't look like they're one.....

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