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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000916||SpeedFan||Other||public||2007-06-23 06:53||2007-09-18 23:09|
|Platform||Dell XPS Gen 2||OS||Windows XP||OS Version||SP2|
|Fixed in Version||4.33|
|Summary||0000916: Repeated Error when execution begins.|
|Description||4.31 works fine.|
4.32 gives this error:
Access violation at address 005450AF in module 'speedfan.exe'.
Read of address 00000178.
|Steps To Reproduce||Install and run 4.32|
|Additional Information||4.31 runs fine|
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Video Card Model||NVidia GeForce FX 5200|
Seems to be related to displaying CPU usage
All other displayed information is operational and correct.
Error occurs about every second.
Problem occurs on manual start.
It does not end after 50 occurences.
It does not disappear on manual restart.
Seems its the same thing that reported in the previous two issues.
Do you get similar errors like I have reported here : www.bugtrack.almico.com/view.php?id=800 ?
If so you may worth trying the solution I found for that problem there.
I do not use F-Secure.
I do not have speedfan configured to run at start up.
I start speedfan manually and the errors begin.
The errors do not stop and occur every second or so.
I quickly acknowledge errors and close speedfan
I restart again and the errors reoccur.
Have used 4.31 and previous versions in "same" environment for a couple of years with no problem.
The problem seems to be the same as previously reported by others but based on my usage it has nothing to do with startup high CPU usage or the timing of dll loads of other products.
Ok but have you tried the app compatibility solution what I found and described in that post???
I still believe that the root of the 4 issue is the same and caused by various system/software configurations. If the solution applies to all issues it could be a good starting point for Alfredo to try to solve the real problem....
Btw as it turned out in the other issue the error caused by incompatibility with another security software you can also try to temporarily uninstall yours (if you use any) and tell us the results.
Setting SpeedFan to run Win2000 compatibility mode eliminates the problem in 4.32.
This is not a solution, but a reference point to help solve the problem.
||Does the latest beta 4.33 fix this issue?|
||I think this issue was resolved with 4.33 so should be closed.|
||You are right. I missed it. Thank you.|
|2007-06-23 06:53||phillipjalowiec||New Issue|
|2007-06-23 06:53||phillipjalowiec||File Added: SpeedFan Error.jpg|
|2007-06-23 06:53||phillipjalowiec||Video Card Model||=> NVidia GeForce FX 5200|
|2007-06-23 07:08||phillipjalowiec||Note Added: 0002605|
|2007-06-23 12:59||tomh||Note Added: 0002607|
|2007-06-23 17:44||phillipjalowiec||Note Added: 0002608|
|2007-06-23 19:34||tomh||Note Added: 0002610|
|2007-06-23 19:47||tomh||Note Edited: 0002610|
|2007-06-23 21:19||phillipjalowiec||Note Added: 0002612|
|2007-08-24 15:53||alfredo||Note Added: 0002741|
|2007-08-24 15:53||alfredo||Status||assigned => acknowledged|
|2007-08-24 15:53||alfredo||Category||Installation => Other|
|2007-09-18 23:02||tomh||Note Added: 0002896|
|2007-09-18 23:08||alfredo||Note Added: 0002897|
|2007-09-18 23:09||alfredo||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2007-09-18 23:09||alfredo||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2007-09-18 23:09||alfredo||Fixed in Version||=> 4.33|
|2007-09-19 23:59||alfredo||Relationship added||has duplicate 0000914|