If I open Nuendo 3 using my ASIO drivers, then open FMod Designer (v1.4.6) using my Windows drivers, close Nuendo and then close FMod I get a blue screen crash which says BAD_POOL_CALLER. It doesn’t crash until I close FMod Designer. This has also happened while using Designer simultaniously with other audio programs like Sound Forge and Vegas. It would be wonderful if instead of a blue screen of death, FMod could work alongside other audio programs or at least fail gracefully.
- Adam Smith-Kipnis asked 12 years ago
I just tested opening Nuendo and FMod alongside each other using the same sequence of events as described in my previous post, except this time FMod was using my MAudio Ozone which is set as the default windows playback device while Nuendo was using the ASIO drivers on a Tascam FW-1884. I did not get the BSOD this time around.
I don’t have this problem when starting up or shutting down other programs. I just have one strange OS soft crash that happens about a half hour after I start up my computer in the morning if I just logged out instead of shutting down the box the night before. Very strange but I’m pretty sure that it’s unrelated to FMod.
BCCode : 19 BCP1 : 00000020 BCP2 : 8832AC10 BCP3 : 8832ADF0
BCP4 : 883C23C0 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1
Just got one more crash when closing down Absynth. I think I had FMod open and I closed it during the time that I had Absynth open running as a standalone. Absynth was also started using the Ozone and then reassigned to the FW-1884 ASIO drivers before I closed it.
Thanks for looking into it!
Using v1.4.15 if I open a second version of FMod while one is already running and then close down both versions I will get a blue screen of death every time. I found this out when I accidentally opened another FMod window when I already had one open. The first error message I recieved was PFN_LIST_CORRUPT and the second time it happened I recieved BAD_POOL_CALLER.
Sounds like a problem with your ASIO drivers or maybe FMOD’s interaction with them. Can you confirm that the BSOD does not occur when you use Windows drivers with FMOD Designer? Meantime, I’ll see what I can do to make our ASIO support more robust.
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