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ToonEugen6812 17th July 2015 03:48 PM

BSOD in Project64 v2.2
 
Hi there. I'm new here but I saw this emulator long ago. So yeah, I got the latest version for Project64 and then SM64. First time playing was fine so I configured settings for controllers and then, an error with a plugin appear. I restarted and then, boom! Blue Screen of Death, I've tried an another try and then again the problem. Help? I've installed an important Windows update from the forums and I'm not sure if it will be fine.

OS: Windows 7 64-bit (SP1)

I will show only the OS since the graphic cards are fine for playing emulator games.

NES_player4LIFE 18th July 2015 06:37 PM

What did the error message say?

ToonEugen6812 19th July 2015 04:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NES_player4LIFE (Post 62912)
What did the error message say?

I really don't KNOW!! That's why. :( I've closed the error immediately. Is there a list of plugin error things?

V1del 21st July 2015 05:38 PM

If it hasn't happened again it should be fine, BSODs are a problem of Windows I doubt there's a PJ64 specific list

theclaw135 23rd July 2015 11:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by V1del (Post 62927)
If it hasn't happened again it should be fine, BSODs are a problem of Windows I doubt there's a PJ64 specific list

In that case something about PJ64 or its behavior, is revealing the error's presence to users previously unaware of it.

V1del 24th July 2015 07:59 AM

yes which is why you should update/complain to microsoft to get it fixed

HatCat 24th July 2015 02:33 PM

Historically, it's always been a fault in the OS that needs to be patched (and historically people would install the official patches from MS and have that fixed), and never technically a bug in the application that exploited it accidentally.

But I would tend to blame the amount of advanced WIN32-ism that pj64 does anyway. I think LuigiBlood found out even with the interpreter running a demo that never ran the RSP for anything, it still crashed .00001% of the time and there's still some weird code that Project64 uses. But nobody had the time to isolate what caused it due to having to BSOD every time just to test, so it's really easiest to just install the Windows updates to fix it that way.

theclaw135 24th July 2015 09:29 PM

Personally I wouldn't count on Microsoft fixing this.
It's not like PJ64 is of any interest to them.

Breadwinka 24th July 2015 09:33 PM

yup its caused by win32kfull.sys at least on windows 10.

HatCat 24th July 2015 10:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by theclaw135 (Post 62980)
Personally I wouldn't count on Microsoft fixing this.
It's not like PJ64 is of any interest to them.

um that's not the way it works.


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