Crash when writing tags in 1854 [#14432]

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Re: Crash when writing tags in 1854 [#14432]

by Guest » Fri Dec 08, 2017 3:13 am

I'm like you do not know what to wait for updates. Or that we can fix it first.

Re: Crash when writing tags in 1854

by Vihaan1 » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:25 pm

Thanks so much.

Re: Crash when writing tags in 1854

by rusty » Sat Oct 21, 2017 7:57 pm


Thanks for the report. We were able to replicate and have fixed this in (currently available via the beta forum).

Can you confirm whether the fix works for you? If it doesn't, please report back with details (ideally including a debug log).



Crash when writing tags in 1854 [#14432]

by ErichTWade » Sat Oct 21, 2017 12:20 pm

When I upgraded to 1852, I began to experience a crash when updating my podcasts, once they reached the tagging step. It does not happen every time, but it happens very often - completely updating my podcasts generally takes several restarts. The crash does not seem to be related to playback (I am not playing anything during the crashes), downloading (it sometimes happens after downloading one file), or tagging multiple things at once. I had hoped the crash was, but it still occurs in 1854. Furthermore, with the debug versions installed, no debug log appears to be generated. I have the option to tag podcasts from feed data enabled.

I have submitted a help desk ticket with the same information, as well as a debug log and detailed information on what was done during it.

Unfortunately I do not remember what version I was running before upgrading to 1852, so I cannot say with certainty what version this began occurring in. I am running Windows 10 Pro (10.0.150663) with two hard drives, 8 GB of RAM, and dual monitors, with my MediaMonkey library on the second disk; my main disk is a solid-state drive.