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Old 25th June 2014, 15:24   #3041  |  Link
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Please re-download again. Does it crash now only when you click on Desktop? If so, I may know what is happening (permissions problem).

DGIndexNV does not support MOV! Don't test with MOV files.
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Old 25th June 2014, 15:30   #3042  |  Link
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It still crash when I click on Desktop (btw. I changed path of my Desktop to D:\Sonstiges\Desktop). The window just disappear, no error message.
(Now testes with mpls again ^^)
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Old 25th June 2014, 15:35   #3043  |  Link
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Can you please read and answer my specific questions?

Again: Does it crash now *only* when you click on Desktop? Try to save to some innocuous location.

Don't use MOV!
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Old 25th June 2014, 15:44   #3044  |  Link
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It doesn't crash on the other 4 buttons (history, bibliothek, pc, network). Only on Desktop DGIndexNV vanish. When I click on PC, than Desktop in the windows, it doesn't crash.
But it also crash, when I open my "Sonstiges" location on my PC. D:\Sonstiges. It's the place, where Desktop is located.

And I said: Now tested with mpls again

When I don't open D:\Sonstiges and save in D:\. It's working. No crash.

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Old 25th June 2014, 15:51   #3045  |  Link
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Well, that's your workaround for now. Don't save to your Desktop location. I will continue investigating to see if that can be fixed.

By the way, I can't read German, so images like that are no use to me, unless you translate the message for me.
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Old 25th June 2014, 16:32   #3046  |  Link
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One more attempt. Please re-download and test.

Do you have any PDF files in the Desktop directory? Can I see a listing of that directory?

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Old 25th June 2014, 16:43   #3047  |  Link
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Also, go into folder options/view and click off Show popup and file info for desktop. Does that stop the crashing?
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Old 25th June 2014, 17:06   #3048  |  Link
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Behaves like previous version. It vanish/crash when I click on Desktop and it shows up a crash popup when I open D:\Sonstiges

If you mean this option: http://s7.directupload.net/images/140625/6yay3j7r.png it doesn't make any difference. Still crash when I disable, click on "Übernehmen" and try. Yes, it's german, but the position and layout of that options should be in any other language the same.

Yes, there are pdfs on my Desktop.
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[list of a desktop]
It's a mess

In my download folder are pdfs, too. It doesn't crash, when I open my download folder.

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Old 25th June 2014, 17:59   #3049  |  Link
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When you changed the tooltip option, did you apply it also to your configured desktop folder?

There are rumors this is due to PDF files. If you can temporarily move them out and retest it would be interesting.

If neither of those leads anywhere, I would have to say you have a workaround. Anything more will require you to talk to Microsoft. I have exhausted known things found on the internet, and without being able to reproduce it, I cannot attach OlyDbg and trace it myself.
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Old 25th June 2014, 18:28   #3050  |  Link
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Since version 2047 I can't save a project anymore. It shut down (crashs?).
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It seems a window wants to appear but it closes immediately. It doesn't happen on 2046.
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Did you figure out why it works with 2046?
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Old 25th June 2014, 18:36   #3051  |  Link
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I moved all pdfs out in another folder (and no subfolder of desktop) and it's like always. It crash when I click on desktop. The folder option should be functional on all folders, including desktop.
Maybe I switch back to 2046 until there is a solution. This version works fine.
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Did you figure out why it works with 2046?
2046 32-bit was built with VS 2005 Pro on WinXP 32, while 2047 was built with VS 2012 Express on Win8.1 64. Is it relevant? I don't know. I can't try VS 2013 until nVidia supports it in the CUDA toolkit. VS 2005 won't run on Win 8.1.

There is no reliable information about this symptom. I have seen references to VS being involved, but I don't know how much credence to give them.

We could try the 2005 compile again but it would be a big hassle as I decommissioned that machine. But I can try building it on a Win 7 32 with VS 2005. I'll install VS 2005 and provide a test build. May take a while...

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The folder option should be functional on all folders, including desktop.
Not necessarily. You have to select to apply it to all folders. Did you do that?

Does your active user account have Admin privileges?

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I changed the settings in system control and folder option, so it should affect the whole PC. If I am doing wrong, tell me how I do correctly.
I am administrator of the PC, but with enabled User Account Control (default since Vista).
Hopefully it will work with VS2012, too. 2005 is really old.

Anyway, when you have the same OS, why it doesn't happen to you, too?

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2047 was built with VS 2012 Express on Win8.1 64. Is it relevant?
Do you link the binary statically to the VS and SDK libraries? If so, you might want to try linking dynamically.
There may be a incompatibility with the SDK version you use with VS2012 and Windows 8.1.

Edit: One more thought - try setting "lpstrInitialDir" in the OPENFILENAME structure to something that's not protected by UAC, like "c:\" (unless you have done so already).

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Do you link the binary statically to the VS and SDK libraries? If so, you might want to try linking dynamically.
There may be a incompatibility with the SDK version you use with VS2012 and Windows 8.1.
Statically, of course. Dynamic is a bridge too far for me, to prevent a boat load of user issues with runtimes not installed, etc.

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Edit: One more thought - try setting "lpstrInitialDir" in the OPENFILENAME structure to something that's not protected by UAC, like "c:\" (unless you have done so already).
It gets set to the location of the source stream so that the DGI file gets created there.
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Old 26th June 2014, 14:31   #3057  |  Link
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Morku, please re-download DGIndexNV_Morku.exe and give it a whirl. I changed the way the ofn struct is initialized. Probably it won't help but you never know.

Also, following up on Groucho's idea, can you try with UAC disabled?
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Old 26th June 2014, 14:45   #3058  |  Link
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Statically, of course. Dynamic is a bridge too far for me, to prevent a boat load of user issues with runtimes not installed, etc.
I still think you should give it a try to narrow down the problem. Installing the 2012 runtimes should not be an issue.
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Old 26th June 2014, 17:11   #3059  |  Link
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Still crashs at the same two described points.

Since Windows 8, UAC is more integrated. Turning off UAC in system settings don't turn off this feature completly, you have to go in regestry in set EnableLUA to 0. Without UAC, Metro Apps wont work anymore.

So I turned off UAC, set EnableLUA to 0, as recommended, I rebooted my PC and started DGIndexNV with administrator privilegs. More rights are not possible ^^ But it still crash on desktop and D:\Sonstiges
I think the typical DGIndexNV user is able to install runtimes and know why
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I think the typical DGIndexNV user is able to install runtimes and know why
Possibly, but at this point attributing the problem to the runtime version is just a wild guess.

Nevertheless, re-download and try the dynamic build I made.

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