Program Crashes with slanted walls

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Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Mon, Nov 02 2009, 1:32AM

Hi Guys,

When I construct a room and then apply different heights to create a slanted wall and then go to save or go to the presentation screen the program
craches and I get this infromation from windows.

"Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: ECABINETS.exe
Application Version: 5.2.22.0
Application Timestamp: 49db8347
Fault Module Name: ECABINETS.exe
Fault Module Version: 5.2.22.0
Fault Module Timestamp: 49db8347
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 00546f29
OS Version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.2
Locale ID: 5129
Additional Information 1: fd00
Additional Information 2: ea6f5fe8924aaa756324d57f87834160
Additional Information 3: fd00
Additional Information 4: ea6f5fe8924aaa756324d57f87834160

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Any ideas? I just like to put as much detail in for the customer as possible.

Thanks
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Rick Palechuk » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 1:50AM

Hey Bryan,
have you tried recreating the problem by drawing a simple room and adjusting the wall heights then saving?
Can you post the job file.
What are your system specs?

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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 12:50PM

Thanks Rick

I tried all sorts of things. I can get the walls to slant down in one direction by starting with the wall height set at the highest point and slanting down.
In the attached job file you can see that i have succeeded in that, when I try to slant the 1m walls in the other direction however, it craches.

Here is my system

# 2.0 GHz, 1 MB L2 Cache, 533 MHz FSB
# 15.4" WXGA BrightView Widescreen Display 1280 x 800
# Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
# Standard memory:1024 MB DDR2 (1 x 1024 MB)
# Supports up to 2 GB DDR2 memory (upgraded to 2GB)
# Internal hard disk drive 80 GB
# Optical drive type SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with Double Layer Support
# Integrated 5-in-1 Digital Media Reader (Secure Digital cards, MultiMedia cards, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, or xD Picture cards)
# 802.11b/g WLAN & Integrated 10/100 LAN
# 3 USB 2.0, 1 VGA port, 1 RJ11 modem connector, 1 RJ45 ethernet connector, 1 Headphone jack, 1 Microphone jack, S-Video Output, Integrated Microphone
# 2.6kg with 6-cell batter
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 2:00PM

Bryan,

I didn't have any problems. I am guessing a Vista problem or a graphics card problem or a combination of both.

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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 3:01PM

Ok

I guess I'll keep dreaming of some better hardware and a Linux version of ecabinets...... :D
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 3:10PM

Thanks for your help guys.
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 3:40PM

Bryan,

Let Rick take a look at it also, he may get different results than I did. I am just guessing at the cause. If it is a Vista problem It should be fixed with the release of Version 6.

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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Rick Deskins » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 3:51PM

Can you post a simple job (walls only) that will show the problem?

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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Rick Palechuk » Wed, Nov 04 2009, 11:55PM

Bryan, I will agree with Kerry, your rig is a little light duty for the amount of detail your trying to render. I also noticed what looks like a hole pattern floating above the base cabs.
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Thu, Nov 05 2009, 1:04AM

Well I don't know whats happening guys.

Rick Deskins wrote:Can you post a simple job (walls only) that will show the problem?

Thanks,
Rick


The file I created to replicate the issue wont do it. So I haven't bothered uploading it. This isn't the first time this has happened to me, so when it happens again I will post the file. Thanks Rick

Rick Palechuk wrote:Bryan, I will agree with Kerry, your rig is a little light duty for the amount of detail your trying to render. I also noticed what looks like a hole pattern floating above the base cabs.


It could very well be my hardware, was due to upgrade but then ressession hit, so will just have to make do for now.
I hope V6 isn't heavier on the hardware stakes. :(
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Dean Fehribach » Thu, Nov 05 2009, 9:58AM

Bryan J Tanner wrote:<snip>I hope V6 isn't heavier on the hardware stakes. :(

Bryan, V6 will still be using the Hoops OpenGL 3D engine, so your graphics card will still fall short. Sorry for the bad news. :wall:
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Thu, Nov 05 2009, 2:04PM

Dean,

Thats not bad news... Still falling short is better than falling further short! :D
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls Finished Design

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Wed, Nov 18 2009, 4:13AM

Hi Folks

Here is the finished design of the room I was having trouble with. Just thought you might be interested.

Thanks again for all your help.
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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Nov 18 2009, 8:25AM

Bryan,

Excellent rendered views. The light through the blinds is spectacular.

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Re: Program Crashes with slanted walls

Postby Bryan J Tanner » Wed, Nov 18 2009, 12:48PM

Kerry,

Thank you, I'm a great fan of your renderings and have learnt alot by reading your posts. :beer:

That and all the display objects that you and others generously provide, plus a few of my own and a room can really come to life.

Great people great software.

Thanks
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