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Random Chat / Re: I sometimes stream osu!mania.
« Last post by Spectere on February 17, 2019, 12:16:42 AM »
Yeah, odds are you're not going to get any useful information if the heap gets corrupted, especially when you only have a minidump available and zero source code.

If it does it again I'd try either swapping drivers or changing to software encoding (you might even get better encoding quality with software encoding).
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Random Chat / Re: I sometimes stream osu!mania.
« Last post by Bobbias on February 16, 2019, 04:24:57 PM »
Yeah, I knew right away that if the kernel heap was being hit, it basically had to be a driver because windows itself and drivers are essentially the only things that run in kernel space. I don't use antivirus other than the stuff that I'm stuck with (such as chrome's built in shit, and windows defender). I'm using nvenc for encoding.

https://gist.github.com/Bobbias/808fab83b42de2043acaed17e22c0656 windbg is useless here.
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Random Chat / Re: I sometimes stream osu!mania.
« Last post by Spectere on February 16, 2019, 02:23:06 PM »
My guess would be a driver issue (or buggy anti-virus software). Those are pretty much the only things that would be able to corrupt the kernel's heap. Even normal tasks run as Administrator can't directly affect kernel space.

I'd start with your video drivers, especially if you're using GPU-assisted encoding. Make sure they're either at the latest version or, if they are at the latest, downgrade to the next version down.
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Random Chat / Re: I sometimes stream osu!mania.
« Last post by Bobbias on February 16, 2019, 02:33:30 AM »
Hmm, no idea what happened, but I just got BSOD'd while streaming with a heap corruption error. :/ Tried looking at the dump but can't get anything remotely useful out of it.
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Gaming / Re: Modest Gaming Goals: 2019
« Last post by Spectere on February 14, 2019, 10:59:42 AM »
The music was one of the huge draws for me. The first time I entered a battle and the music kicked in I just yelled "oh HELL YEAH." It's pretty much Space Swashbuckler Simulator.
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Computing / Re: Laptop-splosion
« Last post by Bobbias on February 14, 2019, 09:03:07 AM »
This thread is a lesson in depression.
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Gaming / Re: 2019 games back-log
« Last post by Bobbias on February 14, 2019, 08:58:32 AM »
Besides, everyone knows that A Link to the Past is really the best Zelda game.
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Gaming / Re: Modest Gaming Goals: 2019
« Last post by vladgd on February 13, 2019, 11:13:57 PM »
It's a criminally underlooked game. Only $20 (at launch, not sure about now), great music, fun combat, nice progression. It's a little on the repetitive side, but it's all good. I think I bought whatever the fastest ship in the game was, avoiding combat and doing the high end non combat missions till I could afford some of the big boats.

Really enjoyed my time with it. Sequels plz.
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News / Re: Admin approval is now required for all account registrations
« Last post by Spectere on February 13, 2019, 08:14:53 PM »
Yeah...it's a little alarming when they don't even seem to be willing to push patches to make it compatible with even somewhat recent versions of PHP.

The theming system appears to be a bit safer in phpBB as well. It uses an actual template engine so you don't end up with a ton of loose PHP in your theme files. I don't know about IPB, but in my experience SMF themes are messier than WordPress themes are despite technically doing less.

The one unfortunate part about phpBB, at least for me, is that the only converter that converts SMF 2.0 forums was designed for phpBB 3.0 and is not compatible with 3.2. I have to do a two stage conversion, which includes installing an old enough version of PHP for 3.0 to even run. Awk. It's not horribly difficult and I have done a very successful test conversion already, but it's certainly not going to be the most straight-forward process in the world.
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News / Re: Admin approval is now required for all account registrations
« Last post by Alice on February 13, 2019, 03:55:46 PM »
phpBB is what I've been pushing as a replacement for our hilariously broken and outdated copy of IP Board at DMZX. Glad to know I'm not alone in my skepticism about SMF's future...
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