Failed to initialize 3d rendering.What will i do? I speak english bad. More games doesn't open. Standart games too doesn't open.I installed the drivers for my notebook Asus g50vt,and DirectX,but it doesn't help.
I have been receiving this error message 'The application failed to initialize properly (0xc000007b). click ok to terminate the application'. why is this happening? the only cure i found was to reinstall the program but when i restart my computer it happens again.
I've installed the latest drivers for each. When I try to play a game I get the error stated in the thread title. I have also tried deleting and reinstalling the drivers. I've looked on several forums for this error message and possible solutions.
The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000142) Click on OK to terminate the application.The only option is to click ok. I am deathly afraid to turn off my computer because my brother recently did and that caused it to freeze at the blue HP startup screen, but thats another thread. I get this error whenever I launch anything. I can't even open up the task manager. I really need help. I don't currently have a way to back up my stuff either but I am working on it. By the way, I don't know that my brother was having the same error message as i was or if he was having any error messages. I use zone alarm full security suite if that helps at all, I don't know if it deleted a registry file or something.
i got a new game (i.e)icc cricket world cup 2011,when i try to play i am getting error as "Failed to initialize direct 3D!make sure you have direct x9 insalled and are running a graphics card that supports pixel shader 1.1"
One of the hard disks suddenly failed to initialized. The first problem I found on this disk was unable to open one of the zip files then the machine crashed. After I restarted the machine the HDD drive was missing from the Computer. My computer has 6 hard drives including the missing one. One is Corsair SSD for the OS and the rest are Samsung, Hitachi and WD all of them are 1TB. When I checked on the Device Manager the Drive is there and the device status is properly working. I checked on the Disk Management and I got a message to Initialize the Disk then I followed the instruction. Again I got an error message " Virtual Disk Manager - The system cannot find the file specified." On the Disk Management windows the status of the Disk is "Unknown 931.51GB Not Initialized- Unallocated". I tried to initialize but the same error I got. I did not name this drive but it named automatically RV 01 and the Location is 0.I use Acronis Disk Director to fix the problem but it cannot change the status to online. What I did last week was I installed some programs to the Drive X instead of Drive C.My computer OS is Windows 7 64bits all the drivers and software are updated.
I have had trouble with Internet Explorer 9 being laggy on my Dell Inspiron 1501. Browsers like Google Chrome and Firefox work very smooth. IE is honorable with scrolling and watching videos and plus it won't let me enable gpu rendering. What can i do?
I'm looking for input and suggestions on why I'm getting Windows crashes when rendering MP4 files from Avid Studio ver 1.1. I've been using the program since it hit the shelves and haven't had any problems up till about three weeks ago. I get the same results with other file types in the rendering process. Most of the videos are a little over an hour in length and are being rendered in full HD (720 HD produces the same results. Also tried saving as Windows Media File and Apples MOV format with the same results. With this being said, here's what I've done thus far and what the machine is running. The machine does fine with any other processes I throw at it, only crashes when rendering videos. Computer is running Windows 7 - 64 bit with all current updates installed, I've also tried restoring the computer back to dates before the problem started, with no change. The boot drive is a 2TB SATA II drive with 1.6 TB free space.
i use corel videostudio pro x3 video editing program on this windows 7 samsung laptop. i've enjoyed the program to edit video clips and haven't had any problems - until now. once i edit a clip, i convert it from a vsd (i believe) file to something Internet can read, like mpeg-4 (hd). it begins rendering, and once it gets to about 5% my computer inexplicably shuts down. it's done it three times in a row now. i can't even use this expensive program if i can't convert the file.
I have a laptop Dell XPS M1530 with Windows 7 on it (32 bit). It has 2 GB of ram, dual core, nvidia 8600m gt video card, 15'6� monitor. The problem is if my CPU is (are) idle I start noticing some sort of lag in mouse movement and window moving/resizing is really jerky. It feels like fps drops way below than it is with a busy CPU. It happens either with Aero or without it. I've tried several different nvidia drivers (270, 260, 195, etc) and neither fixed the problem. Also installed the newest chipset drivers. It just starts lagging when my laptop is idle (I use 270 version drivers (proprietary) no matter what I do; on Linux such problem does not occur?
I've had a few errors with Sony Vegas 9 so far and I've gotten this far but this one has me annoyed. I want to render my video to MP4 and I've outlined my settings which I've used in the past no problem.
I have several old Western Digital hard drives with many files on them. I tried to access those files by connecting the hard drives using a IDE/SATA-to-USB connection that I bought for this purpose. The instruction said to put the jumper in the "Master" position.The HDD did not appear in Windows Explorer. However, the IDE/SATA-to-USB is recognized by Windows 7 and the hard drive appeared as "Disk X" in Control Panel's Disk Management with a note "not initialized". The HDD was spinning. Under "Volume" it also said not initialized. So, I tried to initialize it and a screen appeared with a check mark on MBR type. When I click "initialize" an error appeared "Device not ready".I changed the jumper settings but with the same result.The same results when I connected these HDDs with the IDE/SATA-to-USB on a another computer with Win XP SP2.What needs to be done?
I recently reformatted my PC and have noticed that areas which properly supported Unicode beforehand no longer do. For example, although Unicode text shows correctly in the majority of Windows Explorer, when I right click on files to view the properties the text field that shows the file name isn't rendering it correctly. This also propagates into some parts of other applications which previously had Unicode support, such as Winamp. I have a vast collection of East Asian music so this is more than a minor inconvenience for me.
Please find the below screen shots to demonstrate what I am seeing: For comparison, here is the same file being displayed properly on my Laptop:
- x86 (32-bit) or x64 ? x64- the original installed OS on the system? Original- an OEM or full retail version? The site I purchased my computer from pre built it for me but I did purchase the Windows 7 disk so I guess full retail.- What is the age of system (hardware)? About 5 months- What is the age of OS installation (have you re-installed the OS?) About 5 months, no re-installForgot to mention that the computer came over clocked. I also used a program called blue screen viewer which is highlighting hal.dll
windows is closing unexpectedly when ever I'm trying to convert videos using Handbrake and render my work files on Premier Pro. Before I didn't face this kind of problem it's happening after giving my Mother Board for servicing because of some power problem. I tried in all possible ways I know to fix this problem like reinstalling all codecs and programs, I also reinstalled my Windows but there is no change. I'm using Windows 7 Service Pack 1 with latest updates. Except this almost every thing is normal.
So a few months ago I started getting BSOD while rendering with Adobe Premiere. The odd part was that I would only get them when actually using export from with Premiere. If I queued them in Adobe Media Encoder it would generally be fine. Eventually things persisted to BSOD randomly occurring, sometimes 5 a day sometimes weeks a part. Eventually I bought a new SSD and reinstalled Windows. Things returned to normal, with BSOD only occurring while using export, but today things seemed to have returned to there old ways.
I may also add that since I've built this computer things have acted weird. Chrome plugins randomly crash. Shockwave player crashes constantly. I can't install DirectX.
I am receiving an TO limit error while realtime rendering or creating a final render in blender 2.63 - I've done everything including updating or changing drivers (ive connected Nvidia so ive tried out all the drivers they've supported me with), reinstaling Blender and even reinstalling system, but the error still remains. I am Rendering using GPU rendering Mode which was activated in blender file menu user preferences/system/compute device/CUDA. I don't understand why im getting the error since the Graph card performance is normal I've tested it with Stability Test and and it ran over 110 mins without malfunctioning till i stopped it.
Now Nvidia had suggested me changing the TDR. I've created environment and models based on this image - so there's bunch of stuff in it. I am Running Win32, 7 ult. 2 gb of RAM, AMD Athlon 64 x2 dual Core Processor 4800 + 2.51 ghz. Now GPU, Gainward 630 GT 2gb (Direct X 11, PhysX, CUDA Support), Ive bought this GPU Couple of weeks ago specially for GPU Rendering since my x card had lower shader. I am getting Error only with Blender (I've tried rendering on 2.61, but getting same error), it works fine with games (I have 3 games installed all on max Graphics, and they work fine).
I just built a new system with Windoes 7 and just noticed that the headline font on engadget show us a little messed up. Look at the image below. The top line of text is from IE9 and the one below is from firefox both from the same computer. Any idea why the top one is a little messed up? I can honestly say I only noticed it on this one website and only the headlines. I'm using a XFX Radeon 6950 video card using the latest catalyst drivers.
i have several programs that will not run properly and not sure why. Firefox says it cannot initialize the applications security component. i have tried the way that the firefox support has said to fix it with no success. so does anyone know what i have done to make several programs not start?
Was the message i got when i tried to play my freshly installed age of empires II game (with expansion). i have cruised the internet for solutions for my computer, i have re-installed game, done the whole compatibility pack stuff (including disabling themes and 256 colors stuff). i have updated driver and adapter, turned off adapter, changed screen size, done off with aero pointers and what not and i have run as administrator the whole time. i have also updated direct draw and ran dxdiag.exe thing, here it is[CODE]
I have been trying to fix this problem for 1 week, still have the problem unfortunately
Since I installed Windows 7 final version: While playing a movie in full screen, the rendering is some kind of pixelated ( shapes are pretty ugly :/ ). I have the problem with anykind of video ( .avi, .mkv, DVDs... ), with all my video players ( Media player classic, VLC... ).
I did not have the problem with my older config ( win 7 RC ) and have since I formated my computer to install windows 7 final ( home premium N ).
The only way it worked on my new windows 7 installation, was with a very old driver ( 169.62 ), but games work pretty bad with this driver
To see the problem, you can look the man at the right background :
Screen sample of my rendering :
Sample with another WORKING computer :
My old working configuration :
OS : windows 7 RC : version 7100
GC : geforce 8800 GTS 512 (MSI)
drivers version : 190.62
My old not working configuration ( after formating and installing final version of windows 7 ) :
OS : windows 7 home premium N
GC : geforce 8800 GTS 512 (MSI)
drivers version : 190.62 or all other generic nvidia or MSI's official drivers, exept the only "first" driver of the graphic card (169.06) in its box
My new not working configuration :
OS : windows 7 home premium N
GC : geforce GTX275 twin frozr OC (MSI)
drivers version : 190.62 (MSI driver) or any above nvidia generic driver
Anyone having the same issue, or have fixed it yet ?
Anyone having Windows 7 ( N version ) and not the problem ?
Could have something with the version of windows ? ( windows home premium "N" do not include native Windows media player ).