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    Default V4.25: Windows 7 BSOD when browsing Vid files in Thumbnails Screen

    I am running Windows 7 x86-64 (RC2) with Irfanview 4.25. I have over 2800 avi files (security footage) that I browse through in the Irfanview Thumbnail screen. When I scroll down to about half the files W7 crashes with a blue screen and the fillowing error:

    cdd.dll: STOP 0x00000050
    Paged fault in non-paged area.

    I can reproduce this fault every time.

    This seems to work ok in XP SP3 (i386).

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    Last edited by Frank; 07.02.2010 at 02:40 PM.

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    Definitely a possibility but I thought I'd mention it as W7 will be released next month...

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    Hey,

    i have the same problem, but not with vids but with pics. When I let the thumbnail-tool open some Pictures (~ 1.300) and scroll them, then at about the half i got a bluescreen.

    This happens every time. If i use the Windows Thumbs or XNView, no bluescreen appears.

    Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
    Last IV Version 4.25
    Q6600, 4GB RAM

    Seems to be a Win7-64bit Problem?? Never had this on my old PC (Win XP Prof. SP3)

    Greets
    Juergen
    Last edited by hausl78; 18.11.2009 at 11:39 AM.

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    Please ask such question also in OS related forums! (like: Windows 7 Forums, ... )

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    Sorry, i dont understand...

    IV ("Thumbnails") ist until now the only software, that shoot Windows 7. How should the people in the Win 7 forum know, what IV does that the BlueScreen happens. This happens every time.. maybe i take a clip with my dvcam!

    Thankx
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    Last edited by hausl78; 22.11.2009 at 08:18 PM.

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    Juergen, is this the same problem as mine?

    See http://en.irfanview-forum.de/vb/showthread.php?t=5647

    Can you download Bluescreenview and look if your crashes are similar to mine?

    I think this is a bug with Irfanview and Windows 7, not something random.


    P.S. And what is your graphics card and driver version?

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    Hi!

    Yes ist seems to be the same issue:

    http://img4.abload.de/img/imgub9j.gif

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