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xrv.exe application error
« on: June 12, 2006, 03:08:35 PM »

When running xray vision, the computer hangs when trying to upload images...I get the following error message: "THE INSTRUCTION AT '0x7c910e03' REFERENCED MEMORY AT '0x676e6172'. THE MEMORY COULD NOT BE WRITTEN"

How can I correct this?

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Re: xrv.exe application error
« Reply #1 on: October 15, 2006, 08:15:53 PM »

I'm getting the exact same thing.
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Re: xrv.exe application error
« Reply #2 on: October 15, 2006, 08:49:00 PM »

brother: Sorry I missed this the first time around! I was on holidays and some how I missed this post going threw the 12 pages or more of new posts! :-[ ::) ;)
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How can I correct this?
My first guess would be add more memory
But more info is needed!
What OS (operating system) are You two running ? 
I never had this problem on 98, I'm running XP now but I don't have Xray  installed as I'm using Active Home Pro now! ;) :D ;D
Note: I had 1 gig of memory on my 400Mhz pentiumII 98 setup as well (still running that machine with newer 700Mhz cpu & XP now AHP not loaded)
Also how much Ram (memory does your system have) & is it shared with your video card?
And how old is the machine (pentium III,II,I,486 or older)?

I can load xray on one of my systems but I'm running XP and 1 gig unshared memory on both machines! So I doubt I'll experience the same error! ??? ::) ;) :D
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Re: xrv.exe application error
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2006, 03:11:37 PM »

When I run XRay my video in the log shows upside down, but in preview it's correct.   When Xray goes to upload the files to my website it get's an error and the program shuts down.  I have WIN XP Pro 1GB of memory, 2.4 Ghz with two Hard Drives over 100GB free.  Any ideas?
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Re: xrv.exe application error
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2006, 03:25:21 PM »

The upside down video I recall  reading about(were I can't remember) perhaps doing an advaced search will turn it up!
I think that was just a setting thingy! ::) ??? The upload error maybe related although I doubt it! ::)
I remember It took me many times playing with the upload setting befor I got it just right and it worked (but then I was a newbie to web page uploads) ;) :D ;D
I don't have xray installed or I could have a look and be more specific but I'm sure everything can be sorted out in the settings! ;)

Update: Ok just remembered the upside down thingy is a codecs problem you may have to go to Microsoft and get the newest codecs!
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Re: xrv.exe application error
« Reply #5 on: October 19, 2006, 05:02:45 PM »

The picture shows up upside down in the LOG.  This use to work.  I am using Pinnacle's video capture card.  It works great.
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