MCEBuddy Version and Type (32bit or 64bit):
Operating System and Type (32bit or 64bit):
Windows 7 64bit
Summary of the problem or suggestion:
I have been getting MCEBuddy service crashes on one of my Media Center machines. My second machine has not had any crashes. I started getting the crashes after I updated to 2.4.7. I can restart the service and it will work. I have attached Event Viewer errors, associated files, and the MCEBuddy log file.
Steps to replicate the bug:
MCEBuddy_service_crash_11062017.zip (610.9 KB)
I’m guessing it is crashing on a specific file or files. We’ve seen this before. Your hard disk is corrupted and windows is forcing MCEBuddy to terminate when it tries to access the corrupted sectors. Don’t know why it does that but thats the root cause. Either your MCEBuddy installation is on a corrupted sector or your video file or temp folder is on a corrupted sector. Try to change the hard disk or don’t use that file which is causing the crash and it’ll fix your issue. This has been documented in the FAQ also I believe.
Ok, I will check that out. When I do restart it always completes conversion of all the files. The temp folder is on an SSD so I will have to figure that one out.
According to your logs the exception is coming from the .NET framework (not MCEbuddy per se).
Sig.Name=Fault Module Name
Sig.Name=Fault Module Version
It’s an Access Violation exception from your CLR.dll file. This could be due a buggy .NET setup (or the hard disk corruption we have seen in the past). See this:
You may need to disable optimization as noted here: