GlobalShortcutWin: CreateDevice: 80004005
The above message appears when I start Mumble client. I can chose to press OK
and Mumble closes or I can do nothing about it and I can use Mumble normally.
The message doesn't appear when using "Mumble (Backwards Compatible)" though
If anyone has encountered the same problem and error code, and has found a fix
for it, pls let me know.
I believe it's due to my OS that I get the message seeing as it doesn't happen
on x86 systems.
AMD Phenom II X2 545
2*2GB Kingston HyperX PC2-8500
Windows XP Professional X64
Mumble version: 220.127.116.11
The error code is very generic, to be more precise its name is DIERR_GENERIC.
It means: "An undetermined error occured inside the DInput subsystem". Do you
have any shortcuts defined to a device that is not attached or a input device
that has poor support under your OS. Maybe you could try to detach some of
your input device to see which one is given the problems.
I've tried unplugging every hardware, tried another keyboard and another mouse
but I still get the same error message. Also tried uninstallinf other things
(nokia pc suite, drivers, programs and such) to no avail.
Other ideas are very welcome and thanks for answering my question rawnar
Could you be so kind to check if the message still pops up when running the
It does. Uninstalled the old mumble, deleted leftover files and went through
the registry. Installed the new mumble and murmur but still got the same error
on startup of mumble.
Guess I'll just have to move the error-box to the side of the screen and use
mumble with it in the background cause, it does after all work when don't
press the "ok" button in the box. Only thing that doesn't work is the "Push To
For now, I'll wait for a fix and if there's anything I can do to help
(logging, try beta builds or other) I'd like to do that. Maybe I'm not the
only one who has the problem.
I'm getting the same error code but I think I have it narrowed down to some
sort of virtual device, either Winamp or Magic Disk.
Just confirmed it is not Winamp nor Magic Disk. When mine errors I can use it
but it I touch the main window, I can't talk or hear anyone, which requires
that I restart Mumble.
i get a similar error
globalshortcutwin: setcooperativelevel: 80004001
cant figure out what the problem is
I was receiving this error and it was due to the Push-to-talk hotkey created with was orinally my right ctrl on my keyboard... now it is listed at "k:unknown" on all keybinds or if on mouse "m:unknown" to remove the message simply remove the hotkeys by clicking remove... apply... ok... restart mumble in admin mode - as to the problem behind between the keyboard/mouse and not registering to mumble I'm not quite sure atm but will be looking into it - If a fix is discovered I will post it @ a later time.