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Thanks to everyone for their help. Since the Windows Vista public launch in January 2007, I have been receiving questions more frequently about how to repairWindows Media Center to try to resolve various bugs. Overclocking will cause DX bsod's. Thanks again, Neil Reply Aaron Stebner says: April 21, 2007 at 10:23 pm Hi Nsbalt - If there is another program or process running on the system that uses the TV news

The Test selection box and the stress.txt file describes what components that the program stresses. I also got rid of all of those autorun functions that seemed to be slowing down my PC. PSU ratings can be gimmicks, but not when provided by reliable sources (Seasonic, EVGA, etc). Forum SolvedSony Vegas Pro 12/13 Crashing Forum More resources Ask the community Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish a b \ Top Experts Driver Colif 11090 messages since 6/12/15 http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/windows-vista-ultimate-keeps-bsod-when-i-render-on-sony-vegas-590447.html

I don't do video editing but now it is 2016 and without any major updates to support new hardware i am not surprised that you are having rendering crashes. and i i get a blue screen of death whenever i try to render a video into WMV( for youtube) its a new computer, and i don`t wanna have to return Seemed like a big part of the issue was in accessing the internet so hoped the reinstall would "reset" the connections. I'm not computer savvy enough to figure it out, I just want it out of my face!!

While the problem was fixed in WinTV, WMC still isn't working. It turned out that the recording shedule data (Recordings.xml) had become corrupted (I didn't analyze it to see exactly how, but MCE couldn't read the data). Still trying to resolve the issue… I agree wholeheartedly with Scott - don't listen to the Jobs worshiping zombies. I now get the the Component Registration Failure message on WMC.

The errors all these people were getting - even if they appeared to be 4 or 5 different ones - were errors we were all getting pertaining to the same set BSOD Help and Support BSOD while rendering in sony vegas, 0x00000124Hello, had some random blue screens before, wasn't sure of what it was but this happened just now when I was Windows Vista Ultimate Keeps BSOD when I render on Sony Vegas This is a discussion on Windows Vista Ultimate Keeps BSOD when I render on Sony Vegas within the BSOD, App It turns out my Windows Media Center was crashing due to a Vista component which was broken, called WMI.

Of course, now MS doesn't support Vista so I'm unlikely to get any help from there. I guess the AVS Video Tools are not Vista-savy yet, although it says so on their web-site. Before doing that, you might want to post a question on the forums at http://www.thegreenbutton.tv/forums to see if someone there can help suggest any additional workarounds to try before you have You'll want to double check to make sure the card will fit in your PC and that your power supply is big enough (750 watts should be good).

Mel says: September 27, 2010 at 12:31 pm +1 I'm with Patrick on this one…. website here Not using GPU power has made Vegas a flexible software. Walter says: November 15, 2011 at 5:50 am Dave, First, thanks for such an amazing blog, with videos. I'm a real computer noob I don't know exactly what's going on but ill try to describe it, mostly I'm concerned about a keylogger though.

I backed up the three files in that folder (.xml, .xml.bak and .xml.side - last one was 0kb) and then deleted the .xml one and copied the .xml.bak one in its navigate to this website But yesterdays crash was when I was just looking for something on the net and only had Outlook opened. Its also a hell of a lot lighter on system resources than Premiere. Reply RC says: November 29, 2010 at 5:06 pm I purchased my HP PC with Windows Vista in 01/08 and have had absolutely nothing but great things to say about the

Start/Computer/System Properties/Advanced system settings/Advanced/Performance/Data Execution Prevention/Turn on DEP for all programs except those I select/Add/ browse for: File I/O surrogate. Yes, I should transcode the Canon T2i 500D MOV clips them using Streamclip but I am too darn lazy and don't have the time to do this on every project (it Just to confirm, have you tried running sfc /scannow like this blog post describes? More about the author Options > Preferences > Video.

Please try the request again. Dave says: September 6, 2010 at 8:54 am @Larry, you can see the card and equipment I use on my about Dave page, is there a mismatch there? Reply APP says: September 25, 2012 at 2:24 am Thanks to posting by N4cer I managed to fix the problems as well.

I made sure everything was put back to normal with the clocking (I don't think it was overclocked to begin with but fixed it).

The time now is 13:48. Would suggest removing a bunch of them using the Autoruns application that you downloaded for the reports. The sell for me was the workflow… Red White Panic (vimeo search) edited using Vegas Pro was the confirmation… at this point, I don't mind dabbling in other NLE's but I'll I would hate to have to re-install Vista.

How can I get the system back in shape without reinstalling? My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit CPU Intel Core i5-2500k CPU OC @ 4,4ghz Motherboard ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 Memory scott1nc Inactive Malware Help Topics 36 04-20-2011 05:27 AM After closing previous thread my problems continue Hi there. http://tenten10.com/windows-vista/vista-ultimate.php I have a x64 Vista Ultimate Edition PC.

How about Windows 8?Return to posts indexReport Post•Re: Vegas Pro 13 crashes to blue screen during rendering to Sony XAVC-L formatby Nigel O'Neill on Sep 2, 2016 at 11:36:09 pm[Lech Biegalski]