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Dvico Access Violation


whitfmj

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I have a P4 3ghz 1gb of ram, and am running Windows XP sp1. i have bourght a the dvico HD tuner card. When it starts up i get "Access Violation at addres 024ed87f, write of address 049b39f0". I have tried installing the software a few times, and i am running with all the latest drivers for stuff. It scans for channels and find them all so im pritty sure that the card is working i just cant get any picture at all. Its really annoying me becuase i have no idea what this error msg means and what to do about it. So any help would be great

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It scans for channels and find them all so im pritty sure that the card is working i just cant get any picture at all. Its really annoying me becuase i have no idea what this error msg means and what to do about it. So any help would be great

Hi whitfmj,

You may have a hardware/software conflict, try changing PCI slot.

Cheers

Renura

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Have you installed DirectX 9.0b or 9.0c ?

Motherboard Manf ? Model ?

Video Card Manf ? Model ? Driver Version ?

Mother board is a intel d865perl

my video card is a gf4 ti 4200, running the latest drivers (im not sure which ones they are)

I am running direct X 8.1 atm, but as I speak i am downloading direcX 9.0c and am going to install it.

Thanks for all the replies, i have tried it in different pci slots, and with nothing else in any pci slots, i have also tried a different graphics card, and a fresh install of windows.

its got my stumpt

ill let you know how directX 9.0c goes

thanks

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directX didnt help at all still the same problem.

I believe you will find your ti4200 maybe the culprit. It only does limited DXVA compliancy in mainly software emulation in the driver.

You could try the latest drivers from nVidia to see if it fixes the issues however the card will still perform poorly with DXVA enabled.

Try turning off DXVA or installing it without it truned on from stratch.

I'd only reccommend FX 5200 and higher or early MX440 or ALL Radeon series cards which are 100% complient no matter what you buy.

Regards

DA

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Well, I just installed my new Ultraview with the included 2.70.00 software.

I'm using a Ti4200 VIVO 128M with current drivers, 8KNXP motherboard with P4 2.4 @2.96G, 512M PC3200 RAM, FSB overclocked to 243MHz and graphics card also overclocked a bit, with 3 SATA drives, Win XP PRO with SP2 (includes DirectX9.0c ).

LG 910B CRT display res at 1280x1024 @75Hz refresh.

I ran FusionHDTV via the Start->Programs menu and it started fine, except for complaining that "PowerDVD\claud.ax is not a valid Windows image" twice as it started up (I need to turn the warning off!). I auto scanned for channels and it pulled them all in. First up it complained about video overlay mixer problem and sugested I disable DxVA, so I did. Set the display settings, added the HD channels to the favourites, then selected Ch 9 HD for Voyager, hit "Live TV" on the console and up popped an access violation error. This happened consistently. Played around, tried changing channels by the arrows, same thing ... so I exited, being a little pissed off. Fired it up again from the Fusion HDTVAgent on the system tray, and woo hoo, sound, the program title appeared and so did Captain Janeway.

Now it works fine. However if I enable DxVA on again, it quickly complains about the overlay error again and won't display until I exit and run FusionHDTV again. So yeah, clearly problems with a Ti4200 with DxVA enabled. I have had the occasional access violation error when playing with various config parameters while Live TV is running.

CPU runs at around 25-30% at this display res on Live TV ch9 HDTV. Getting lovely smooth live video with signal strength mostly around 92% in Bentleigh Melbourne.

I Setup a test 1 minute scheduled record, waited and it fired up and I got a minute of Letterman! So far so good. :blink:

Now I've downloaded the latest software from dvico.com, and am going to install it and give it a try.

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I'm glad you have finally decided to come clean. No one else has any of the problems you are describing. You either have a very corrupted operating system AND/OR you are overclocking to a point where your system is unstable...

I would suggest that you dial back the overclocking (actually I would suggest that you just say no to overclocking period) and if that doesn't help reformat and reinstall at stock speeds.

In short it's not the poor HDTV tuner card's fault :blink:

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