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flashk
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1282 - Changing volume crashes MM [#6108]

Post by flashk » Fri Oct 30, 2009 5:41 pm

I just downloaded 3.1.2.1282 and MM crashes whenever I change the volume using the volume knob on my keyboard or USB headphones. The the following is output to the debug log before the crash:

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[2828] InstanceManager: WM_USER+966 message received (HSHELL_APPCOMMAND from MMHelper.dll)
[2828] APPCOMMAND: 10
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped to VK_MEDIA: 175
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped from VK_MEDIA
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped to VK_MEDIA: 175
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped from VK_MEDIA
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped to VK_MEDIA: 175
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped from VK_MEDIA
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped to VK_MEDIA: 175
[2828] APPCOMMAND_MEDIA: 10 mapped from VK_MEDIA
.
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[repeated thousands of times]
I'm running on Windows XP using a standard Dell keyboard and Logitech USB headphone.

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by nohitter151 » Fri Oct 30, 2009 6:14 pm

Hm, works fine here in 1282.
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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by flashk » Fri Oct 30, 2009 6:32 pm

nohitter151 wrote:Hm, works fine here in 1282.
I downgraded to 1281 and did not experience the crash. I then upgraded back to 1282 and starting experiencing this crash again. The problem is very reliable for me and seems to be introduced in 1282. Is there any more info I can provide to help debug?

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by gpzbc » Fri Oct 30, 2009 6:44 pm

I can confirm this. I just downloaded 1282 and started playing a track. Then I changed the system volume from my keyboard and MM crashed immediately.

I'm running a Dell XPS M1530 Win7 64-bit and I changed the volume with the little keyboard touch buttons.
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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by gege » Fri Oct 30, 2009 7:55 pm

I also can confirm this. Using multimedia keys to change volume up/down immediately crashes MM.

cloken1

Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by cloken1 » Sat Oct 31, 2009 12:14 am

Confirmed on my system too,

Win7 Ulitmate X64, changing volume via MS bluetooth multimedia keyboard 8000,
volume up and down both crash with 1282, worked fine as far back as I can remember.

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by Mannekino » Sat Oct 31, 2009 2:25 pm

Hello,

I have the same problem here on my Windows Vista system. I have a logitech G15 keyboard. When I press the volume buttons MediaMonkey crashes.

- Mannekino

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by paulmt » Sat Oct 31, 2009 3:04 pm

Not happening to me. What file format are you playing e.g. mp3, flac etc
What input plugin, output plugin,
any music enhancer e.g. DFX
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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by gpzbc » Sat Oct 31, 2009 3:10 pm

I'm playing mp3.
Input plug-in: MediaMonkey MP3 player v2.0
Output plug-in: MediaMonkey DirectSound output
no music enhancers
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Mannekino

Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by Mannekino » Sat Oct 31, 2009 4:48 pm

Standaard ouput plugin of MediaMonkey
It happens with all kinds of songs (MP3, M4A, FLAC)
It's a clean install of the latest beta that you offer on this forum
I did not have this problem with the stable version
As soon as I press the volume button on my keyboard the MediaMonkey crashes.

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by galakadon » Sat Oct 31, 2009 6:19 pm

Mannekino wrote:Standaard ouput plugin of MediaMonkey
It happens with all kinds of songs (MP3, M4A, FLAC)
It's a clean install of the latest beta that you offer on this forum
I did not have this problem with the stable version
As soon as I press the volume button on my keyboard the MediaMonkey crashes.
This is my exact situation as well.

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by moatmai » Sat Oct 31, 2009 6:31 pm

Same situation here. Change volume using Media Keys (either up or down) results in MM going kaboom. According to the debug build, there's a strack overflow.

3.1.2.1280 had broken the "Now Playing" gadget for me -- this works again with 3.1.2.1282. The only workaround ATM is to change the volume using the slider either within MM or the slider of the loudspeaker icon.

TheCool

Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by TheCool » Sun Nov 01, 2009 4:51 am

I can also confirm this... Using the volume up and down keys OR the MUTE button on my keyboard automatically crashes MM. I'm using Windows 7 32bit.

Mannekino

Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by Mannekino » Sun Nov 01, 2009 6:30 am

Yeah, forget to mention that it happens when pressing the "mute" button also on my keyboard.

I have Vista 64-bit installed with the latest service pack and all update from Microsoft.

Also I have the latest version of iTunes installed. Downloaded both iTunes and MediaMonkey yesterday.

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Re: 1282 - Changing volume crashes MM

Post by projectfallback » Sun Nov 01, 2009 8:54 am

Also happened with me

1282 - Windows 7 64 Bit

Logitech USB Headphones

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