ver. 190 causes runtime error in NeroVision

Harry

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loopyloops said:
Strangly enough, with ver. 190 installed, I get a runtime error when adding mpegs to be burned to DVD in Nervision. Anyone with a clue as to why? If I remove 190, no runtime error....Here's a link to a post with a pic of the errors - I posted this befor figuring out the connection....

http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?t=381777
i have no idea what is causing the problem, neither do i believe that videoredo has something to do with it as it's mostly nero who does doubtful installs all over your entire system, but anyway i strongly suggest you switch to the latest version which is build 343. the version 190 is a bit outdated :mrgreen:

besides this it's a nero error, not a videoredo error. so better blame ahead software :wink:

i just used google to search for r6025 and it's full of it. looks like a nero problem to me.

and if you follow the suggestions on the forum where you blamed vrd, you can see that another person had the same problem as you and he installed the latest NVE and the problem was gone. he says: Just before starting the file is 3.54 GB. Plenty of room on the disk. Then after exiting NVE I get the error message: "Runtime Error. NVE R6025 Pure virtual function call." maybe not 3 files is your problem, but the size of the 3 files? sounds like a capacity problem to me.
 

Deuce911

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I have been talking with Loop over on the BTV forum and he is refering to version 1-9-0.343, so I think he has the latest version of VR. He was looking for the BTV support so I pointed him this way.


thanks
Mike
 

Danr

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OK, but I still have no rational idea what could be causing an interaction between NVE and VRD. The only posisiblity, is that he transfered the default file associations for the VOBs / MPEGs to VRD and that is upsetting Nero. If that's the case, its easily rectified by using Folder Options in the Windows file explorer.

Otherwise, its quite mysterious. We don't install ANY files into folders other than the videoredo installation folder. We don't use DirectShow filters.

Has he tried a previous release of VRD?
 

Anonymous

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Deuce911 said:
I have been talking with Loop over on the BTV forum and he is refering to version 1-9-0.343, so I think he has the latest version of VR. He was looking for the BTV support so I pointed him this way.


thanks
Mike
Hey there - yes, that's right - ver. 190.

My version of NV Express is 3.1.0.0. I've not messed with any setting on videoredo.

How I figured this out was I tried to use nve, got the error, thought about any changes I'd made and the only one was the installation of videoredo 190. So, I uninstall 190 - no problem. Re-install, problem again. Tried this 3 times to make sure.
 

Anonymous

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Anonymous said:
Deuce911 said:
I have been talking with Loop over on the BTV forum and he is refering to version 1-9-0.343, so I think he has the latest version of VR. He was looking for the BTV support so I pointed him this way.


thanks
Mike
Hey there - yes, that's right - ver. 190.

My version of NV Express is 3.1.0.0. I've not messed with any setting on videoredo.

How I figured this out was I tried to use nve, got the error, thought about any changes I'd made and the only one was the installation of videoredo 190. So, I uninstall 190 - no problem. Re-install, problem again. Tried this 3 times to make sure.
Oh yeah - no problem with videoredo 162.
 

bitter_old_man

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I have VRD build 343 installed and I just added files to NVE 3.1.0.0. I had no problems at all.

Does the error occur when you add a particular file to NVE?

Barry
 

Harry

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DanR said:
Did you have set any file associations over to VideoReDo?
i know the nero stuff is buggy, but do you really thing that it's THAT buggy that it can't handle this? :mrgreen:
 

bitter_old_man

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It seems to make no diference if MPG files are associated with VRD or Media Player Classic. Looking at the type of error this is, how could VRD possibly cause it? From Microsoft:

This error occurs when your application indirectly calls a pure virtual member function in a context where a call to the function is not valid. In most cases, the compiler detects this and reports the error when building the application. But depending on how your code is written, sometimes the problem is detected only at run-time.

The error occurs when you indirectly call a pure virtual function within the context of a call to the constructor or destructor of an abstract base class.
Barry
 

Danr

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loopyloops, Now that everyone, including me, says it can't happen. Let try to isolate the problem :)

Install build 1-9-0-#343.

Make sure Nero fails.

Now, without uninstalling, delete rename the folder containing VideoReDoPlus to something else. See if Nero fails.

If it still does, go into regedit and delete this key and all its sub-keys: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DRD Systems. See if Nero fails.

There are 3 more keys for the VideoReDo COM object. Try deleting them and see if Nero fails:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDo.1
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDo.Application
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDoBatch.Application

I think there's one more entry, but I can't find it right now. Will have to search for it.
 

Anonymous

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DanR said:
loopyloops, Now that everyone, including me, says it can't happen. Let try to isolate the problem :)

Install build 1-9-0-#343.

Make sure Nero fails.

Now, without uninstalling, delete rename the folder containing VideoReDoPlus to something else. See if Nero fails.

If it still does, go into regedit and delete this key and all its sub-keys: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DRD Systems. See if Nero fails.

There are 3 more keys for the VideoReDo COM object. Try deleting them and see if Nero fails:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDo.1
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDo.Application
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDoBatch.Application

I think there's one more entry, but I can't find it right now. Will have to search for it.
Thanks - will give this all a try and report back. Re: it not being able to happen, it does. I remove the program - no error. Put it back, error.

Do you think it matters if I have both 190 and 162 installed?
 

Anonymous

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Anonymous said:
DanR said:
loopyloops, Now that everyone, including me, says it can't happen. Let try to isolate the problem :)

Install build 1-9-0-#343.

Make sure Nero fails.

Now, without uninstalling, delete rename the folder containing VideoReDoPlus to something else. See if Nero fails.

If it still does, go into regedit and delete this key and all its sub-keys: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DRD Systems. See if Nero fails.

There are 3 more keys for the VideoReDo COM object. Try deleting them and see if Nero fails:
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDo.1
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDo.Application
HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\VideoReDoBatch.Application

I think there's one more entry, but I can't find it right now. Will have to search for it.
Thanks - will give this all a try and report back. Re: it not being able to happen, it does. I remove the program - no error. Put it back, error.

Do you think it matters if I have both 190 and 162 installed?
Btw, right after I installed 190, my dryer broke.
 

Harry

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Anonymous said:
Thanks - will give this all a try and report back. Re: it not being able to happen, it does. I remove the program - no error. Put it back, error.

Do you think it matters if I have both 190 and 162 installed?
it can impossibly be a conflict. and i think not even if you would install videoredo into the same directory where you installed nerovision.

if you're familiar with computing, get filemon and regmon from here: http://www.sysinternals.com/ and start them to monitor everything right before nerovision crashes. chances are good that you see the cause of it.

also: is it always exactly 3 files that it crashes? which files? always the same or different? did you try adding the smallest of these 3 files 3 times and did it crash then?

hint from me: when version 6 of nero was released i tried nerovision and noticed a bug when it got exception. i tracked it down to a simple problem that you can't add file which have a null timestamp. i emailed them. 2 version later it still wasn't fixed. i emailed again. they didn't fix it in the next version. well, make yourself an opinion of this kind of support and bugfixing. so i went back to nero 5.5.10.54 where i still am, although i got version 6 with my dvd writer. maybe when version 7 comes out i switch to 6.

and what i ask myself: did you contact nero support? as nero crashes, it's a problem with nero! even if - which is impossible - vrd would conflict with it, then why does nero crash?

well, i got another suggestion: why don't you uninstall nero and uninstall videoredo and then install videoredo first and after that you install nero. see if that solves the problem. if not, don't use nero.
 

Anonymous

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Harry said:
Anonymous said:
Thanks - will give this all a try and report back. Re: it not being able to happen, it does. I remove the program - no error. Put it back, error.

Do you think it matters if I have both 190 and 162 installed?
it can impossibly be a conflict. and i think not even if you would install videoredo into the same directory where you installed nerovision.

if you're familiar with computing, get filemon and regmon from here: http://www.sysinternals.com/ and start them to monitor everything right before nerovision crashes. chances are good that you see the cause of it.

also: is it always exactly 3 files that it crashes? which files? always the same or different? did you try adding the smallest of these 3 files 3 times and did it crash then?

hint from me: when version 6 of nero was released i tried nerovision and noticed a bug when it got exception. i tracked it down to a simple problem that you can't add file which have a null timestamp. i emailed them. 2 version later it still wasn't fixed. i emailed again. they didn't fix it in the next version. well, make yourself an opinion of this kind of support and bugfixing. so i went back to nero 5.5.10.54 where i still am, although i got version 6 with my dvd writer. maybe when version 7 comes out i switch to 6.

and what i ask myself: did you contact nero support? as nero crashes, it's a problem with nero! even if - which is impossible - vrd would conflict with it, then why does nero crash?

well, i got another suggestion: why don't you uninstall nero and uninstall videoredo and then install videoredo first and after that you install nero. see if that solves the problem. if not, don't use nero.
Might sound impossible, but I've tested as described - so there is a relationship. Btw, it seems to only happen with 170 and 190 together not 162 and 190 together.
 

Danr

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What about 190 by itself?

Did you do run through the systematic removals in my previous message?
 
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