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Old 7th January 2015, 21:24   #1
jibi049
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Winamp 5.666 Crashes with Access Violation in MSVCR90.dll

Hello,

I'm using the latest Winamp build with the in_mp3 fix. I also have some plugins installed like JTFE 1.33 or Time Restore 2.5.4. I'm using shortcuts to seek track (eg : F11 = next song). After a long period of play I don't know why Winamp is crashing... It doesn't happen a lot - generally after approximately 2 hours. The affected DLL is MSVCR90.dll (Microsoft VC++). The crash occured when I was seeking tracks with my keyboard. I don't know if Winamp was scanning my directory at that moment.

Additional information :
- Not using DSP effects.
- Playlist currently contains more than 40k songs.
- Using Bento Skin.
- No multiple instances allowed.
- Media folder analysis every 120 minutes.

My computer specs :
- Asus Maximus VII Hero.
- Intel Core i7 47920k.
- Samsung 840 Pro 256 GB.
- 2x Asus GTX 970 [latest WHQL drivers].
- 16 GB DDR3.
- Windows 8.1 x64.

Running software & background processes :
- Bitdefender Internet Security 2015.
- Firefox.
- Skype.
- Logitech Gaming Software.

Note :
- Visual C++ redistribuable are up to date.
- You will find the report.zip file attached to this topic.

Is this a well known issue or else ?

Thank you !
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Old 7th January 2015, 22:34   #2
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the best i can tell is it's an issue with some internal handling when the song ticker is updated which would correlate with a seeking action. alas i cannot determine why it's crashed on that action and can only hope that some of the work done on the modern skin engine may help to resolve this sort of issue when we finally release Winamp 6.x.

i'm not aware of my gen_timerestore.dll plug-in being able to cause it but it's worth running Winamp in its safe mode to see if that helps or not. running in safe mode will prevent gen_timerestore.dll from being loaded and can be done either from the shortcut in the start menu or via the plug-ins preference page in the Winamp preferences.
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Old 8th January 2015, 19:05   #3
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I'll give it a try, thank you
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