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Thread: VA crashes MVP on 1.0.12

  1. #11
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    I don't think you are using the latest version from the attachment earlier in this thread. My log shows assembly version 3.0.2791.39026 and your is for 3.0.2744.14534. Can you try downloading it again and restarting PVRX2 to force it to load the new rev?

    Jeff

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    Still crashes. A few questions.

    1. Where should the new DLL go? I seem to have 2 of them. plugins/ and plugins/jeff. I removed the one from plugins.

    2. Which log file do you need?

    3. Is there a way to tell VA to flush/cleanup it's list of directories. I see in the log when it is loading the show list, it is listing "empty directory" for directories that don't exist.

    I don't see any errors in the log. Every other restart only gives a log like the following before it craches the MVP.

    Code:
    08/25/07 04:05:36:125 PM[4]        In ArchiveVideosTask constructor
    08/25/07 04:05:36:125 PM[4]           Assembly version is 3.0.2791.39026
    08/25/07 04:05:36:125 PM[4]           Running in config app
    08/25/07 04:05:36:125 PM[4]           Backing up old log file
    08/25/07 04:05:36:156 PM[4]           In ArchiveVideosTask constructor; done backing up log file
    08/25/07 04:05:36:156 PM[4]           Set Video Archive button name to: Videos
    08/25/07 04:05:36:156 PM[4]           Set Video Archive button description to: Browse your collection of recordings
    08/25/07 04:05:36:156 PM[4]           Main ArchiveVideosTask constructor skipped; running in config app
    08/25/07 04:05:36:156 PM[4]        ArchiveVideosTask constructor done
    Thanks,
    Greg
    Server:
    GBPVR 1.4.7
    Capture: Hauppauge PVR-150MCE

    Clients:
    Media MVP: 2 wired(default dongle), 1 wireless(mvpmc dongle)
    PCH A-100: 1 (mvpmcx2)

  3. #13
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    From the main screen pressing F11 (GO on the remote) will cause it to rescan. Using PVRX2 you want to keep the one in the plugins/jeff directory. As to logs, the ones you posted plus the gbpvr log files from the logs directory are fine.

    Jeff

  4. #14
    Thanks Jeff. My problem was that I had two VideoArchive.dll files. I didn't notice (or look) at the one in Jeff when I patched. Everything looks good now.

    Thanks for a great add on!

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff View Post
    From the main screen pressing F11 (GO on the remote) will cause it to rescan. Using PVRX2 you want to keep the one in the plugins/jeff directory. As to logs, the ones you posted plus the gbpvr log files from the logs directory are fine.

    Jeff
    I'll try and get the logs once the MVP is freed up. Does it make a difference that I have several MVP in my network? I set the MVP server cound to 3. I saw in an ealier post that there was problems related to multiple server I think.

    Greg
    Server:
    GBPVR 1.4.7
    Capture: Hauppauge PVR-150MCE

    Clients:
    Media MVP: 2 wired(default dongle), 1 wireless(mvpmc dongle)
    PCH A-100: 1 (mvpmcx2)

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