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X-mas version of CC2 crashes Foobar2000

Sinobi

New member
Hi

I'm running Foobar2000 v.0.9.4.1 (the first version on this pc)
I also have a 634-USB.
After I installed CC2 20061225 build 832 (X-mas version) (the first version on this pc)
I have trouble with Foobar2000.
It starts fine but when I hit play it gives me a "Runtime Error!".
If I remove foo_crystalcontrol2_09.dll Foobar works fine like expected,
When I reinsert it, it gives me a runtime error.

Of cause the question is:
How do I solve this?

I have had the 634 running with great success on my old htpc
with custom screens for nearly 2 years now.
It would really be nice to make it work on my new htpc aswell.

Henrik
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CF Mark

Administrator
Seems the new versions of FB2K require the plugins to be rebuilt.

Check the forum again in a few days, I'll have a new version of the plugin up in the release thread.
 

Sinobi

New member
Thanks, I didn't have any other zip-extractors to try as I was at work.
The selfextr. exe works fine and so does the plugin.
Thank you very much!!!

Now I just have to figure out again how to turn of the light in the display when foobar is not running.

Henrik
 

Sinobi

New member
Oops, I was a bit hasty there (was on my way out the door to a week long seminar).
The new version does still conflict, allthough not with the build-in plugins in Foobar2000,
so that part is solved.
Instead it conflicts with the foo_dsp_xover.dll
Foo_dsp_xover.dll works fine without foo_crystalcontrol2_09.dll in the run.
But with foo_crystalcontrol2_09.dll in the chain it still produces an error.
Without foo_dsp_xover.dll, foo_crystalcontrol2_09.dll works...
Conclusion: Together the 2 plugins produce an error.

Nobody has in the past 9 months complained about foo_dsp_xover.dll producing errors with other plugins.

Henrik
 

jc634

Administrator
Just to let you know that I can duplicate the error. In Win XP and Vista.

Of course, in Vista, the CC2 plugin does not work either. No output to the CF display is generated.

:confused:
 

Sinobi

New member
I have now looked more into this.

It seems as,
whenever any 3rd party plugin uses the center/sub channel,
the foo_crystalcontrol2_09.dll will make Foobar2000 crash.
So it's not only restricted to foo_dsp_xover.dll,
but also with plugins like the popular foo_dsp_atsurround.dll and foo_channel_mixer.dll

If the used plugins is configured to only use Front L+R and/or Rear L+R,
Foobar2000 does not crash.
But the second that center/sub is thrown into the game it crashes.
Non of the involved plugins fails if foo_crystalcontrol2_09.dll is removed

Henrik
 

CF Mark

Administrator
Awesome, thanks for that sleuthing, it will make the problem a lot easier to find.

I'm working on making CC2 Vista compatible at the moment (yes, I know I've been saying that for a while, but it WILL be done this week), and once that's done I'll be adding a quick save power-on screen option.
When that's done, I'll get this foobar2000 problem fixed.
 

jc634

Administrator
Yes, I'm using the latest Beta. It is getting close. The plug-in problem with Foobar has been fixed.:) At least with the foo_dsp_xover.dll plug-in.
 

CF Mark

Administrator
Its good to hear its all working again for you.
I appologise for the delays, Vista caused a lot of problems :(
 
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