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  1. #1

    Default Error - Makes no sense?

    I use Vegas which i find great, there seems to be a problem with now.
    Vegas boots up fine, the program runs fine, i can save thing out fine, the problem that seems to have cropped is this:

    I boot up Vegas then attempt to load in a saved .veg file and i get an error message. I tried simply booting up Vegas and creating a new project and simply placed a single clip onto the time line and saved out the .veg file. And sure enough, when booting up Vegas followed by the new .veg file, the same error.

    Here's the error message:

    Sony Vegas 5.0
    Version 5.0a (Build 134)
    Exception 0xC0000005 (access violation) READ:0x154 IP:0x4E38D7
    In Module 'vegas50.exe' at Address 0x400000 + 0xE38D7
    Thread: GUI ID=0xCB0 Stack=0x124000-0x130000
    EAX=00190c2c CS=001b EIP=004e38d7 EFLGS=00210202
    EBX=039c9448 SS=0023 ESP=00124090 EBP=00000002
    ECX=00000154 DS=0023 ESI=00000000 FS=003b
    EDX=00000154 ES=0023 EDI=00000001 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    004E38D7: 8B 32 89 74 24 28 8B 4A .2.t$(.J
    004E38DF: 04 89 4C 24 2C 8B 42 08 ..L,.B.
    Stack Dump:
    00124090: 00000002
    00124094: 00000000
    00124098: 02082F90 02060000 + 22F90
    0012409C: 039C9448 038C0000 + 109448
    001240A0: 00000000
    001240A4: 02B1E848 02A20000 + FE848
    001240A8: 02B1E228 02A20000 + FE228
    001240AC: 02B1EE68 02A20000 + FEE68
    001240B0: 00000002
    001240B4: 00000002
    001240B8: 000000F5
    001240BC: 01100060 01000000 + 100060 (vegas50k.dll)
    001240C0: 0110005F 01000000 + 10005F (vegas50k.dll)
    001240C4: 000000AF
    001240C8: 004EBB7D 00400000 + EBB7D (vegas50.exe)
    001240CC: CE0106B3
    > 001240E4: 77F178DC 77F10000 + 78DC (GDI32.dll)
    > 00124118: 77F178EE 77F10000 + 78EE (GDI32.dll)
    > 00124128: 004EC77E 00400000 + EC77E (vegas50.exe)
    0012412C: 00000002
    00124130: CE0106B3
    00124134: 02082F90 02060000 + 22F90
    00124138: CE0106B3
    > 0012413C: 77F16899 77F10000 + 6899 (GDI32.dll)
    > 001241B4: 00610052 00400000 + 210052 (vegas50.exe)
    > 001241B8: 00650074 00400000 + 250074 (vegas50.exe)
    - - -
    0012FFF0: 00000000
    0012FFF4: 00000000
    0012FFF8: 007287E0 00400000 + 3287E0 (vegas50.exe)
    0012FFFC: 00000000


    This means nothing to me and is no help what so ever. I have also tried to re install the program without luck.

    Also, it seems that when i remove Vegas from my PC (so i can re install it again) not all the Vegas files are removed.


    Anyone know the best Sony telephone number to call with help with Vegas. I am located in England.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    East Kilbride, Scotland


    Looks like dodgy memory or disk to me.

    Check you memory and disk status using your operating system and retry.

    Good luck

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  3. #3


    I don't see how it can be a memory problem, as all my other programs work fine. Besides, Vegas when loading a .veg files only needs to load in a small amount of date + the media pool files, and if the program can boot up and run fine (bar the loading issue) it seems it could be something else.

  4. #4


    The problem has been fix now

    Using the add/remove option on Vegas was not enough. I had to type in the word vegas in the seach file and folders option and delete all things Vegas before doing a re install. All is up and working again (although why Vegas stopped working will remain a mystery).

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