Dvd architect not running with i9-13900hx and nvidia 4060?

w.c.e.-spykstra wrote on 3/13/2023, 3:33 PM

 

Maybe someone can help. I moved in the meantime to Windows 11. My older pc running with a intel 98xx processor en nvidia 2060 dvd architect 7.0 100 works fine. I moved to a 13900HX processor with NVidia 4060 and DVD architect does not work anymore. give memory leaks, and cannot write file etc. Does anyone of you know to solve this. SO far I have not found a Blu ray editor that can do what I have done for over 10 years now. Thanks

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Dexcon wrote on 3/14/2023, 4:47 AM

The following procedure worked for me with DVDA 6.0 in Windows 11 on my desktop so there's a fair chance that it will work with DVDA 7.0

Use Windows search field to access the Control Panel and select 'Turn Windows features on or off':

Then from the window that opens make sure that all 3 fields relating to .NET Framework 3.5 are checked (they are not checked by default as you will see from the W11 default setting on my laptop):

After hitting 'OK', Windows 11 should install .NET Framework 3.5 which includes 2.0 and 3.0.

Hoping that this works for you.

Cameras: Sony FDR-AX100E; GoPro Hero 11 Black Creator Edition

Installed: Vegas Pro 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21, HitFilm Pro 2021.3, DaVinci Resolve Studio 18.5, BCC 2023.5, Mocha Pro 2023, Ignite Pro, NBFX TotalFX 7, Neat NR, DVD Architect 6.0, MAGIX Travel Maps, Sound Forge Pro 16, SpectraLayers Pro 11, iZotope RX10 Advanced and many other iZ plugins, Vegasaur 4.0

Windows 11

Dell Alienware Aurora 11

10th Gen Intel i9 10900KF - 10 cores (20 threads) - 3.7 to 5.3 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GDDR6 - liquid cooled

64GB RAM - Dual Channel HyperX FURY DDR4 XMP at 3200MHz

C drive: 12TB Samsung 990 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD

D: drive: 4TB Samsung 870 SATA SSD (used for media for editing current projects)

E: drive: 2TB Samsung 870 SATA SSD

F: drive: 6TB WD 7200 rpm Black HDD 3.5"

Dell Ultrasharp 32" 4K Color Calibrated Monitor

w.c.e.-spykstra wrote on 3/14/2023, 5:52 AM

Thanks for your reaction. The Net framework was switched on but not all the boxes below. Did that, and DVDA 7.0 still does not work properly. The dump I get is given below.

Maybe there is a solution to this?

Thanks

Warry

 

DVD Architect
Build 100
Exception 0xC0000005 (access violation) WRITE:0x00000010 IP:0x007769E8
In Module 'dvdarch70.exe' at Address 0x002D0000 + 0x004A69E8
Thread: CSfWnd ID=0x1620 Stack=0x01F5E000-0x01F60000
Registers:
 EAX=7d57d650 CS=0023 EIP=007769e8 EFLGS=00210206
 EBX=11aa2d48 SS=002b ESP=01f5e6d0 EBP=0683a35c
 ECX=00000000 DS=002b ESI=01f5e84c FS=0053
 EDX=00000000 ES=002b EDI=00000000 GS=002b
Bytes at CS:EIP:
 007769E8: 89 41 10 33 C0 C2 04 00 .A.3....
 007769F0: B8 57 00 07 80 C2 04 00 .W......
Stack Dump:
 01F5E6D0: 00858ACF  002D0000 + 588ACF (dvdarch70.exe)
 01F5E6D4: 7D57D650  7D100000 + 47D650 
 01F5E6D8: 00000001 
 01F5E6DC: 01F5E84C  01E60000 + FE84C 
 01F5E6E0: 0683A35C  06660000 + 1DA35C 
 01F5E6E4: 11AA2D48  110D0000 + 9D2D48 
 01F5E6E8: 00000000 
 01F5E6EC: 11AA2D48  110D0000 + 9D2D48 
 01F5E6F0: 01F5E84C  01E60000 + FE84C 
 01F5E6F4: 00000001 
 01F5E6F8: 008586B4  002D0000 + 5886B4 (dvdarch70.exe)
 01F5E6FC: 01F5E84C  01E60000 + FE84C 
 01F5E700: 0000001B 
 01F5E704: 01F5E70C  01E60000 + FE70C 
 01F5E708: 01F5E84C  01E60000 + FE84C 
 01F5E70C: 003E2233  002D0000 + 112233 (dvdarch70.exe)
> 01F5E738: 752DBEEC  75180000 + 15BEEC (KERNELBASE.dll)
> 01F5E740: 7705635E  77020000 + 3635E (ntdll.dll)
> 01F5E758: 01000000  002D0000 + D30000 (dvdarch70.exe)
  01F5E75C: 00000000 
  01F5E760: 00000000 
  01F5E764: 00000000 
  01F5E768: 00000000 
> 01F5E77C: 00750297  002D0000 + 480297 (dvdarch70.exe)
  01F5E780: 00019678 
  01F5E784: 01F5E84C  01E60000 + FE84C 
  01F5E788: 11AA2D48  110D0000 + 9D2D48 
  01F5E78C: 00000004 
> 01F5E794: 003E2131  002D0000 + 112131 (dvdarch70.exe)
- - -
 01F5FFF0: 00000000 
 01F5FFF4: 00000000 
 01F5FFF8: 00000000 
 01F5FFFC: 00000000 
 

Dexcon wrote on 3/14/2023, 9:47 AM

The next thing to check is to make sure that your DVD/BD burner is compatible with Windows 11 and that the burner's driver is configured for Windows 11 - maybe the burner's driver needs to be updated for Windows 11. Check your burner's website for compatibility and firmware/driver update information.

Cameras: Sony FDR-AX100E; GoPro Hero 11 Black Creator Edition

Installed: Vegas Pro 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21, HitFilm Pro 2021.3, DaVinci Resolve Studio 18.5, BCC 2023.5, Mocha Pro 2023, Ignite Pro, NBFX TotalFX 7, Neat NR, DVD Architect 6.0, MAGIX Travel Maps, Sound Forge Pro 16, SpectraLayers Pro 11, iZotope RX10 Advanced and many other iZ plugins, Vegasaur 4.0

Windows 11

Dell Alienware Aurora 11

10th Gen Intel i9 10900KF - 10 cores (20 threads) - 3.7 to 5.3 GHz

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GDDR6 - liquid cooled

64GB RAM - Dual Channel HyperX FURY DDR4 XMP at 3200MHz

C drive: 12TB Samsung 990 PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD

D: drive: 4TB Samsung 870 SATA SSD (used for media for editing current projects)

E: drive: 2TB Samsung 870 SATA SSD

F: drive: 6TB WD 7200 rpm Black HDD 3.5"

Dell Ultrasharp 32" 4K Color Calibrated Monitor

w.c.e.-spykstra wrote on 3/15/2023, 3:19 AM

AHA, no I never use DVDA to output to a disk directly, I always make ISO files instead. The problems I have occur much earlier, even when I add more than 4 or 5 video files to the project. It either stops, displays a message like not enough memory (of which I have plenty) or gives a message like something happened and cannot tell what is wrong.... So if there are any other suggestions out there, it looks like I have to keep the old laptop to create disks.

EricLNZ wrote on 3/15/2023, 5:16 AM

@w.c.e.-spykstra Remember DVDA7 is a 32 bit application so is limited in the amount of RAM it can use.

w.c.e.-spykstra wrote on 3/15/2023, 5:41 AM

I understand that! Thanks! My point and question is. I moved from a system with W11 64 98xx nvidia 2060 to a W11 64 13900 Nvidia 4060. In the old system DVDA works and in the new system not. I have tried much but nothing works