Re: Windows Crashes after 30 seconds of capture



Joshua Smith [MSFT]
07-09-2005, 09:58 PM
Hi Johnathan,

To determine what driver is causing the problem I need you to enable driver
verifier.
Steps:
1) Windows Key + R
2) Type in 'verifier' and hit enter
3) Make sure 'Create Standard Setting' is selected and hit next
4) Click on 'Select all drivers installed on this computer' and hit Finish
5) Reboot

There is a possibility that your computer will crash on reboot. If this
occurs hit F8 when rebooting just before the windows logo screen and select
the safe mode boot option. Follow the same steps above but on step 4 choose
'Select driver names from a list'; hit next; check the box next to any
driver where the provider is not Microsoft; hit Finish; reboot.

This will slow the performance of you computer a little while enabled but
will hopefully catch the driver causing corruption. Next time you crash
the blue screen will hopefully say something like
"DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION". If this occurs please send the
corresponding minidump (by default it is at c:\windows\Minidump ) my way.
If you have any questions or I didn't explain something well enough don't
hesitate to e-mail me (remove "online") back. Good Luck,


Joshua Smith
OpenGL Test Lab
Microsoft
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"Jonathan Broder via WindowsKB.com" <forum@nospam.WindowsKB.com> wrote in
message news:1c806dd14a864daf8de439bce7159233@WindowsKB.com...
>I recently got some upgrades for my computer, and since then, I have been
> unable to capture video from my Sony MiniDV camcorder. I have the right
> specifications for running Movie Maker 2.1 (which is what I have). I am
> also having the same problems now with Adobe Premiere Pro 1.0.


Re: Windows Crashes after 30 seconds of capture