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Thread: Premiere causes illegal in ATIVCR2.dll

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    Default Premiere causes illegal in ATIVCR2.dll

    Wel I had my first hardware problem tonight and wonder if this will make sense to anyone.
    I rebooted teh system to start clean, opened premiere, imported an AVi, placed on video 1, and as soon as i tried to scrub the file with the mouse i got the message Premiere caused an invalid Page fault in module ATIVCR2.dll at 016f:0c531775.
    Things have been going good for the last 3 days, and I did try re installing the ATI card and drivers. This is the older PCI All in Wonder TV card so maybe i am asking too much from it. But after reinstalling, the problem did not change. I will go to win2000 OS rather than 98SE if I could find drivers for the ATI Card.So far none have worked before, so i went back to 98SE.
    Any thoughts? and thanks in advance
    Harlan

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    The ATI VCR Codecs are great, but not compatible with almost all editing programs.

    Not sure about your drivers, which card is it ?

    M

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    Default An older ATI TV wonder

    My Card is an older ATI TV Wonder, with only 8 meg of ram. I did find some newer drivers though for both Win2K and 98, and am downloading these now. I guess i will try this first then begin to reconsider using my older ATI card. If this is not the best solution I am thinking that maybe I should consider pulling the card and going back to the SIS on board chip video set, (SIS 630/730 AGP) and picking up a video capture card instead. This might be the better solution anyway but leaves me with many questions then. So I will pose them here now. I only have the one PCI slot for the video input, and i have Open USB ports. What would be the better investment and keeping lack of budget in mind, Should I consider something now with Firewire support and then what would i use for VHS or SVHS input. Right now I will need the video in ports, but later hopefully will need digital inputs. I am thinking that I have taken a backwards approach here with trying to use the ATI Card and not utilizing the onboard Video hardware. Not only tying up resources, but limiting myself to only 8 meg capabilities. Since I know nothing about this format and am such a newbie, any help would be greatly appreciated.
    thanks for your response NewVid
    Harlan

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    Default update on the new Drivers.

    Well I have a mess now but could say i have no mess at all either. The New Drivers installed and I get a box with a message says if i am seeing this I have SUCESSFULLY installed the drivers and .....
    but this is a Dos based message during boot, and that is as far as the puter will boot now. I can not even get to safe mode so, alas I am looking at an OS reinstall here. Ce' le Vie. I will of course still try the new drivers again knowing i may be looking at some lost time investment, but then I will know for sure it is the drivers. Then back to the old driver disk and start over, and consider other options.
    Harlan

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    Default Problem Fixed

    What a time it was, seems I really messed up the system by having the wrong drivers and installing. Problem is now fixed with correct drivers and of course a total reformat in the process. Thanks for the help folks.
    Harlan

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