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Old 02.04.2011, 14:12
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I would stop running that player and stop all non-essential services on your computer one by one. Your problem might be caused by an outdated device driver. Updating them might solve the problem as well.
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Old 02.04.2011, 22:41
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I know this repeats some things you have done, but this uninstalls some extras.

Set a restore point.

Run JDownloader. Do not start downloading. Use Ctrl+B to backup your downloads list.

Uninstall all of your video players and any antivirus program. Uninstall Java and run javaRA.

Edit the Environment Variables string (System) to just
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C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem;
Restart your computer.

Run a registry cleaner (I recommend Glary Utilities from glarysoft.com).

Restart your computer.

Check your OS files. Open a command window (Start -> Run -> type CMD) and enter SFC /scannow

Restart your computer.

Install either Media Player Classic or VLC (Videolan.com) to play your video and audio files.

Install Java 32 bit JRE 6 update 21 from
java.sun.com/products/archive/j2se/6u21/index.html

Restart your computer

Reinstall and update JDownloader. Does it work now?

If JDownloader still doesn't work, try the Nightly Test Release. To install this, open a command window, change to your JDownloader directory, and enter windows_ALPHA.bat

Does it work now?

If JDownloader still does not work, open a command window, change to the JDownloader directory, and enter
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java -verbose -Dsun.java2d.ddscale=true -Xmx512m -jar jdownloader.jar
Does that work?

For information about these steps, see Choosing and installing security software or JDownloader Hangs, Freezes, or Doesn't Start.
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Old 03.04.2011, 10:37
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maybe compare md5/sha1 hash of the dll? maybe same version but different/broken files?
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Old 03.04.2011, 10:37
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i also offer you live help with teamviewer next week when im in office
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Old 03.04.2011, 22:44
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Okay so I set a restore point. When I tried to back up my download list using Ctrl+B it didn't work, thought I'd mention that in case it's important.

I uninstalled all my video players (realplayer, divx player, bs player, zoom player, media player classic, windows media player 11). Norton had already bin removed. Also uninstalled Java and ran JavaRA.

Then I went to My Computer -> Properties -> Advanced -> Environment variables. I couldn't seem to find any Environment Variables string named 'System' so I created one. I clicked on 'New' under 'System variables' and put 'System' in the 'variable name' and the code in 'variable value'.
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Restarted my computer, downloaded the Glary Utilities and ran the registry cleaner. Restarted my computer, entered 'SFC /scannow' in the command window. Restarted my computer.

Went to java.sun.com/products/archive/j2se/6u21/index.html and downloaded JRE 6 update 21, the Windows Offline Installation. Restarted my computer. Reinstalled JD but I had the same problem. Closed JD.

Then I opened a command window, changed it to my JDownloader directory, and I entered windows_ALPHA.bat but I guess it didn't work cause I got ''windows_ALPHA.bat' is noy recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.'
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Restarted JD, problem was still there. Closed JD. opened a command window, changed it to my JDownloader directory, and entered 'java -verbose -Dsun.java2d.ddscale=true -Xmx512m -jar jdownloader.jar'. Then a lot of actions appeared in the command window. After that I tried JD again, and the only difference now is that the download is slower, before I used to download with like 500 KB/s and highest was 1.41 MB/s but it's under 100 KB/s. Then I used system restore. And JD is now still download at 100 KB/s.

edit: And I changed it back from sp3 to sp2

edit: JD is back to downloading at 1.41 MB/s but still disappears after downloading for a while

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Maybe compare md5/sha1 hash of the dll? maybe same version but different/broken files?
So what should I do exactly?

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i also offer you live help with teamviewer next week when im in office
I'd like that thank you
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File Type: txt hs_err_pid3060.log.txt (13.4 KB, 281 views)

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Old 04.04.2011, 11:12
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I don't know exactly what drbits means with 'windows_ALPHA.bat', but he might have meant windows_createlog.bat. It provides other log data not present in the hd_err_pid* files.

The MD5 checksum for the msvcrt.dll file is
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355EDBB4D412B01F1740C17E3F50FA00
You can check it with any MD5 checksum tool. Many are freely available.

Why did you revert to SP2?
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Old 04.04.2011, 11:42
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just visit supportchat (http://jdownloader.org/knowledge/chat) and ask for coalado, jiaz or lx1
http://jdownloader.org/knowledge/wik...iewer?s=lng_en
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Old 09.04.2011, 14:54
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I reinstalled xp on my computer, no more problems with JD anymore. Thank a lot for all your help and efforts^^
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Old 28.05.2011, 12:07
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I had the same issue since yesterday and it almost made me go crazy because I tried almost everything that's mentioned here.

But then I remembered that my Norton subscription ran out 2 days before that and that I caught a Java virus the same day, because I didn't renew my subscription immediately.
But even after removing that virus JD still crashed every time after downloading about 200mb on a file.

So I just reverted to a System backup from Monday when I hadn't caught the virus yet and everything was back to normal.

So my best guess is, if you have this problem like OP and myself it's not a Java or JD issue, you most likely caught a virus that somehow crashes JD even after being removed.

Just wanted to say that so you don't have to reinstall Windows as your only hope, always remember to make system backups, I'm glad I did ;P
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Old 05.06.2011, 01:17
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Heeeey I have the same problem since a week ago... this is actually driving me crazy because I have tried almost everything and the problem is still there... Jdownloader just shuts down by itself, I don't have nod32, but I do have AVG Free Edition 2011
this is one of my error logs:
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Old 05.06.2011, 10:55
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I would upgrade your XP to SP 3 unless you've serious reasons not to do so.

You're suffering from the msvcrt.dll problem. This Windoze .dll is crashing your java and with it jD.

Read this thread thoroughly.
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Old 06.06.2011, 17:17
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I had just upgraded my XP to SP3, but it still crashes.
So, here is the error log from today.
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Old 07.06.2011, 10:17
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It's clear by now that a simple upgrade doesn't solve the issue.

Did you apply/try all other recommendations, except re-installing Windoze?
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Old 08.06.2011, 05:54
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The msvcrt.dll that is being used is the copy from the Java JRE directory.

If you are using a different version, please try installing Java 32 bit J2SE JRE 6 update 21 from "java.sun.com/products/archive/j2se/6u21/index.html"

If that does not fix the problem review message 22 and start JD with the command line shown (you can create a batch script).
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Old 09.06.2011, 01:07
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Hi everybody

I have the same problem since 2 days.
I try the command ( message 22 ) but nothing changes.
I scanned all my pcs , run ccleaner , cleaned temp file , installed java 1.6.26
I have the same version from msvcirt.dll file.

What can i do again now ?

Thanks for your help

attachment with the last logging
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Old 09.06.2011, 11:53
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Please read the second paragraph of post #34 again, but first un-install your current JRE.
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Old 16.06.2011, 01:56
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I've did what you said, but the problem is still there.. :/

new log from today Wednesday 15 june
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Old 16.06.2011, 10:53
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OK, you're having a big problem with the msvcrt.dll file. Don't panic and don't re-install XP (yet).

If re-installing the JRE doesn't help, please also read "Jdownloader Closes Itself". That thread might contain duplicate data but then you're sure you know everything that has been recommended.
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