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Cobra SA
27.10.2009, 13:56
I tested Daemon Pro & lite and they both crash my system when a mounted disk is used/accessed. The crash seems to happen randomly.

My specs:

MS Windows XP Professional SP3 (x86)
DirectX 9.0c 4.09.00.0904

Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3R (MB)
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600, OC@3200 MHz
Corsair Dominator 2x 2GB DDR2-800 DDR2 SDRAM
ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 (2x 1024 MB)
Creative CA20K1 X-Fi Xtreme Fidelity Audio Processor


I hope you can fix this crash bug eventually.

Terramex
27.10.2009, 15:22
If present - would you please upload your latest minidump file to some filehoster like e.g. sendspace or rapidshare ?

Cobra SA
27.10.2009, 17:56
what is this minidump you talk about, please?

Blazkowicz
27.10.2009, 18:26
You can find the minidump in c:\windows\minidump.

Also try to disable and stop Gigabyte services (Energy saver).

Cobra SA
27.10.2009, 19:31
minidumps:

RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting (http://rapidshare.com/files/298711600/Minidump.7z.html)

Blazkowicz
27.10.2009, 19:43
You don't have newer ones, these are from August and June?
Also did you disabled and stopped Gigabyte's services yet?

Cobra SA
27.10.2009, 20:12
that's all I had in my minidump folder

I don't remember what's the process name of the energy saver, so I can't disable it, I'll give it a try if I know the name.

Blazkowicz
27.10.2009, 20:54
Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services
There search for any Gigabyte entry -> Properties and there you see the process name.

Cobra SA
28.10.2009, 17:46
Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services
There search for any Gigabyte entry -> Properties and there you see the process name.

It seems disabling the enegy saver has solved the problem, I didn't test enough to be 100% sure, it could be I was just lucky.

Tho if that was the cause of the trouble, it would be nice if you could do something to allow daemon to work with the energy saver because it is pretty useful.

Blazkowicz
28.10.2009, 18:42
Well, the problem lies in SPTD and according to changelog it isn't fixed in 1.62, but you may try it (DuplexSecure (http://www.duplexsecure.com)).

dirupa
29.10.2009, 01:59
I accept, if that was the cause of the trouble, it would be nice if you could do something to allow daemon to work with the energy saver because it is pretty useful.