#1 Crashes System

C Lundie

After stopping the camera, Windows/2000 crashes with a
blue screen of death after about two seconds.


  • C Lundie

    C Lundie - 2002-02-11
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  • C Lundie

    C Lundie - 2002-02-11

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    Can you post more information about your system? Most
    helpful would be what camera you are using, and what
    drivers you have installed for it. Thanks!

  • Michael Stowe

    Michael Stowe - 2002-02-11

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    I'm actually using a regular security camera, attached to an
    ATI All-In-Wonder 8500DV. It's attached to the composite

    The system crashes *hard*, but intriguingly enough, only
    after closing Fwink. The error:

    ******** STOP: 0x0000001E
    BFE05291 base at BFDF8000 datestamp 39F16F09 - KS.SYS

  • C Lundie

    C Lundie - 2002-02-11

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    Thanks for the information. KS.SYS is a part of DirectShow
    that is used by video capture drivers. I've noted at least
    one instance where Fwink may not be releasing one of the
    DirectShow interfaces properly. It's possible that this
    causes your video capture driver to crash. I will try to
    fix this in the next release of Fwink.

  • C Lundie

    C Lundie - 2002-08-15
    • status: open --> closed-works-for-me
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    After closing fwink, I get an error upon trying to reopen it.
    Soon after my W2K machine resets completely, no BSOD.

    I'm trying to use it with my Logitech QuickCam Express, fwink
    only has settings for TV capture. I have an ATI All-In-
    Wonder 8500, but am not interested in using it for the
    capture device, unless the two work together somehow.



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