BSOD While Streaming Via Plex
This may sound familiar -- in fact, if you already have an Apple TV or other set-top box/smart TV arrangement, you may be wondering why you would even need to use So frustrating when I have all those other things I'm working on open when it crashes. I didn't pay much attention to BSOD, I haven't ever been able to decipher it. Any advice would be great! weblink
Well it seems that while it works for you, and Billy Bob, and random poster 5000, it does not work for us for very specific and detailed reasons. Actually decorating my home office today so I will look at these suggestions tomorrow. I simply emptied my pockets into the bag and walked the the metal dectector and picked up my scanned bag on the other side. Was playing with Tversity, but it kept bringing on BSOD, so i have had to can that one as well.
If you don't see it, go to event viewer, open the system log and find errors or critical errors and see what it says. Unfortunately reporting there would result in first response just asking for old drivers to be replaced. Why would I be expected to seek advice from www.sevenforums.com or anyone else other than Plex Dev's??
You will need: A powered computer connected to the Internet: The operating system isn't important as long as you download the right version of Plex for it. Also, the web app works just fine when loading on Firefox and IE on a PC. Crashed , and crashed again. It does nothing to talk down to (obviously) intelligent posters on this forum, and ask them if their download finished before they installed.
Having the pass has a few other advantages like uploading photos to my NAS from anywhere with any device running Plex. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Blue screen permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]dietrichmd 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(7 children)I was doing some more research, and some tests on the system last night and found mine to be a result of Link to this thread as well.
I don't want to have to run 100 ft HDMI cables throughout my house on top of the ridiculous amount of money I pay for my internet to be able to I switched the computer to a LAN connection, everything works great. They would use the same drivers that Plex would use wouldn't they? Plex transcodes on the fly so the stream resolution matches the device to conserve bandwidth.
Any help is appreciated, developer or not. 0 sa2000 Posts: 26,446Members, Plex Pass, Plex Ninja, Plex Team Member Plex Team Member April 2014 reksveks wrote on April 16 2014, 7:31 PM: They would use the same drivers that Plex would use wouldn't they? No spam or mentioning of piracy. So I put in 30 instead of 15.
Again, I have an AMD FX-8350 Vishera 4.0GHz AM3+ CPU -- a native 8 core processor. have a peek at these guys The other instances of a BSOD I've seen were fixed by updating drivers or updating Windows. 0 AJ777 Posts: 4Members April 2014 What drivers? I found the only way was to do a clean install of Windows 7 and then do the upgrade for success. Welcome to /r/Plex, a subreddit dedicated to Plex, the media server/client solution for enjoying your media!
Howdy, Stranger! Ive gotten to the point that I dont use Itunes anymore period, just sick of the Crap it does. I'm never actually seeing a BSOD or seeing one in the System Event logs. check over here Are you ever going to get a handle on all these crashing issues?
I think your recommendation might be the push I was needing.
From your Wii U, go to your Plex settings - web - show advanced - player - make sure Direct Play is enabled and possibly Prefer AAC audio too. Plex is the first app that has ever BSOD my laptop, and it does it every time I try to run the app. I've tried turning off sleep mode (and a few other things like moving the videos, chkdsk, unplugging most USB devices, etc.) on the laptop and it still has the issue regardless. I used the disks that came with the cpu and gpu for the install.
So, a couple days ago after another crash, I finally removed all usb hubs except one and redistributed the usb load, so to speak. It is definitely hardware You can read this sequence of an identical crash for someone with high powered machine playing Call of Duty http://www.pchelpforum.com/threads/call-of-duty-black-ops-2.158236/page-2 Go through posts #25 to #100. I saw it do it only once when I was streaming to the XBOX and using the laptop at the same time. this content Plex causes Win7 and 10 to crash here with BSOD of WHML error or something of the sort.
Also I left out that the problem is with playback on my PS3 ha14 May 7, 2013 at 10:48 am perhaps fvideo format problem? Read more. Thanks for that and the link!! Anyway, so I used Plex all last night without issue.
I can crash it on this file this time, but then it will work 10 times in a row. You won't be able to vote or comment. 001HelpPlex causes blue screen of sad face (self.PleX)submitted 1 year ago by Jeremy3475So, this has become a nuisance to say in the least.