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Old 04-15-2004, 07:14 PM
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Default BSOD on any basic operation in PT win srvr 2003

Hi, I'm getting a Blue Screen Of Death almost as soon as I start doing anything. PT LE will start up, but if I try a simple operation like closing PT's main window, or looking at the hardware dialog and then closing that, I get a BSOD and a stop error (BAD_POOL).

On a similar machine in the room, the digi002 works fine with PT LE.

My machine: P4 3GHz with hyper threading, 1GHz RAM, ASUS P4C800 motherboard, radeon 9200, digi002, PT LE 6.1.1, windows server 2003, lacie firewire card. Machine was completely reformatted, reinstalled today, so the build up of hidden nasty crud should be low. There is also a steinberg 2020 card in the machine, but I have tried pulling this out and this has made no difference.
Motherboard BIOS is up to date. There is a Promise RAID array running as well, again with latest drivers.
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Old 04-15-2004, 07:29 PM
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Default Re: BSOD on any basic operation in PT win srvr 2003

Mmmmm...Maybe you should be over in the TDM Forum? AFAIK PT LE is only qualified for Windows XP Home and Pro, not 2003 Server. AAMOF, I don't think any version of Pro Tools is qualified for Windows 2003 Server. Also for PT LE, it's recommended by Digidesign that you disable Hyperthreading and RAID is not supported.

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Old 04-15-2004, 07:30 PM
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Default Re: BSOD on any basic operation in PT win srvr 2003

As I remember, PT doesn't support RAID, and also I think that it's only been tested on WinXP Home and Pro. Also, I don't think that hyperthreading is supported yet. Those factors may be the cause.
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Old 04-16-2004, 12:25 AM
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Default Re: BSOD on any basic operation in PT win srvr 2003

nor does it support hyperthreading.
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Old 04-16-2004, 05:19 AM
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Yup, turn off hyperthreading and do not use a RAID. And no promises on Win Server 2003... it is not currently a supported OS. Sorry.
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