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sonicblue
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Post #1by sonicblue » Wed Jan 13, 2010 11:33 am

I recently got this error while attempting to compare two audio groups. While AudioComparer was comparing them the error came up. I captured all of the content and posted it below.

The error did not crash the program though. Once I screencapped everything and closed the errors, AudioComparer continued to compare the two audio groups where it had left off (or it may have been comparing the whole time). The same error popped up a few additional times after that. (It's still running as I'm posting this).

My only possible solution is that in one of the groups, some music files were deleted. Not from AudioComparer, but simply from the folders they were in. So perhaps AudioComparer bugged out because it was looking for those files, but didn't see them anymore?

That's my only idea.




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EurekaLog 4.6.7

Application:
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  1.1 Start Date      : Wed, 13 Jan 2010 06:13:49 -0500
  1.2 Name/Description: AudioComparer.exe
  1.3 Version Number  :
  1.4 Parameters      :

Exception:
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  2.1 Date   : Wed, 13 Jan 2010 06:22:04 -0500
  2.2 Address: 00563C6A
  2.3 Module : AudioComparer.exe
  2.4 Type   : EFIBInterBaseError
  2.5 Message: Can't format message 13:98 -- message file C:\AudioComparer\firebird.msg not found.  Internal gds software consistency check (can't continue after bugcheck).  .

Operating System:
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  5.1 Type    : Microsoft Windows XP
  5.2 Build # : 2600
  5.3 Update  : Service Pack 3
  5.4 Language: English (United States)


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Registers:
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EAX: 01339A90   EDI: 1400000D
EBX: 00508165   ESI: FFFFFC7A
ECX: 06F2FE00   ESP: 06F2AE18
EDX: 00563C6F   EIP: 00563C6A

Stack:               Memory Dump:
------------------   ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
06F2AE18: 06F2FE60   00563C6A: E8 35 11 EA FF EB 08 8B 45 E4 E8 87 08 EA FF 33  .5......E......3
06F2AE1C: 00404CD8   00563C7A: C0 5A 59 59 64 89 10 68 B6 3C 56 00 8D 85 D8 AF  .ZYYd..h.<V.....
06F2AE20: 06F2FE58   00563C8A: FF FF E8 BF 17 EA FF 8D 45 DC E8 B7 17 EA FF 8D  ........E.......
06F2AE24: 1400000D   00563C9A: 45 F0 BA 02 00 00 00 E8 CE 17 EA FF 8D 45 FC E8  E............E..
06F2AE28: 1400000D   00563CAA: C2 39 EA FF C3 E9 F4 0F EA FF EB D0 5F 5E 5B 8B  .9.........._^[.
06F2AE2C: 0121BED0   00563CBA: E5 5D C3 00 00 00 FF FF FF FF 02 00 00 00 5C 6E  .]............\n
06F2AE30: 00000000   00563CCA: 00 00 FF FF FF FF 01 00 00 00 2E 00 00 00 FF FF  ................
06F2AE34: 65746E69   00563CDA: FF FF 02 00 00 00 0D 0A 00 00 51 E8 D2 40 EA FF  ..........Q..@..
06F2AE38: 6C616E72   00563CEA: 8D 80 F0 01 00 00 89 04 24 8B 04 24 5A C3 51 E8  ........$..$Z.Q.
06F2AE3C: 73646720   00563CFA: BE 40 EA FF 8D 80 F0 01 00 00 89 04 24 8B 04 24  .@..........$..$
06F2AE40: 666F7320   00563D0A: 5A C3 55 8B EC 8B 55 08 8B 52 FC C1 E0 02 03 D0  Z.U...U..R......
06F2AE44: 72617774   00563D1A: 8B 45 08 89 50 FC 5D C3 8B C0 55 8B EC 83 C4 F4  .E..P.]...U.....
06F2AE48: 6F632065   00563D2A: 53 56 57 8B CA 85 C9 78 07 8B 1C 88 49 53 79 F9  SVW....x....ISy.
06F2AE4C: 7369736E   00563D3A: 8B C4 89 55 F4 89 45 F8 E8 9D FF FF FF 89 45 FC  ...U..E.......E.
06F2AE50: 636E6574   00563D4A: 33 DB EB 5D 4F 74 18 83 EF 02 74 05 4F 74 10 EB  3..]Ot....t.Ot..
06F2AE54: 68632079   00563D5A: 44 55 B8 03 00 00 00 E8 A6 FF FF FF 59 EB 42 55  DU..........Y.BU

Daoasis
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Can't format Message Error 13:98

Post #2by Daoasis » Mon Oct 18, 2010 7:52 pm

Has anyone ever responded to this? I have been trying to get a hold of someone at Audio Comparer Technical Support about this, but no one responds.

Thanks,
Ron

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Post #3by Gemini » Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:05 am

Hi, guys!

I'm awfully sorry, i somehow missed it...
Perhaps the following will help - activating the option Disable multicore CPU support in Preferences and start comparing again, beginning with creating an audio group.

Regards,
Bolide Software Support Team

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Disabling Multi Core Didn't Help

Post #4by Daoasis » Thu Oct 21, 2010 6:48 pm

Dear Gemini,

I disabled the Multi Core Option and created a new audio group with 180,000 tracks.

It took a few days to process (much slower after disabling multicore) and when it finished it came up with the same Error.

Thanks for your help.

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Post #5by Gemini » Tue Oct 26, 2010 8:08 am

Have you tried to form smaller groups, compare inside the groups and after that compare between the groups? The number of tracks is very large...

Regards,
Bolide Software Support Team


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