2 Replies Latest reply on Apr 8, 2009 10:32 AM by Eddie Lotter

    Media Encoder crashes with Bluescreen

      I'm using Adobe Premiere CS4 w/ Windows XP to edit some MPEG2-Videos. All I do is importing them, doing some edits and exporting them back as MPEG2. Everything worked just fine with Premiere CS2. But since I upgraded to CS4, everytime I try to export a file with Media Encoder, my system crashes.

      In about half the cases, there's a Bluescreen 000000B8 "A wait operation, attach process, or yield was  attempted from a DPC Routine". In the other cases, the BSOD errors vary (PFN_LIST_CORRUPT, PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA), the system just freezes or restarts without warning.


      What I've tried so far:


      Updating mainboard/chipset drivers

      Upgrading BIOS to latest version

      Switching graphics accelerator

      Trying different hard disks

      Changing RAM

      Checking Syslog for errors

      Lightning a candle on Sunday :-)

      Reinstalling Apple Quicktime

      Deinstalling all Adobe Software and reinstalling them from scratch

      All Adobe programs and Windows itself are up to date


      Any more advises?