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[SOLVED] lkernel.exe application error?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by chrislo, Sep 26, 2003.

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  1. chrislo

    chrislo Thread Starter

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    I have just installed a Belkin Hi Speed USB 2.0 DVD creator to my XP Home system together with the enclosed Ulead Video Studio 6 software.
    On loading the Driver I'm getting an error message in lkernel.exe,'Application error instruction at ox771c732a reference memory at ox00163590 could not be read'.
    I am able to open Video Studio OK and can capture video but am unable to hear any sound on playback. The sound is recording on my system as it will playback on the Windows Movie maker programme?
    I have tried to remove all programmes several times and tried system restore but still no joy.
    Can anyone please help?
    My XP version was pre loaded by HP so do not have an operating disc to reload if I have a damaged file.
    Many thanks
    Chris
     
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  4. chrislo

    chrislo Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the replies, I downloaded the Windows fix and the error message appears to have gone! I still have no sound in Ulead Video Studio, I assume that this must be a separate issue?
    Once again thanks again for all your assistance.
    Chris
     
  5. Rollin' Rog

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    Yes, if the drivers are installed, and the sound card device in the Device Manager says it is "working properly" under "status", something else is at work. You should start a separate topic for it.

    If the sound problem only exists with respect to a particular application and is not system wide, you should probably address it in the All Other Software forum.
     
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    Thanks for your reply, I have now posted again as suugested.
    regards
    Chris
     
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