SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

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  • 1. Delphi 2007 + Themed support + WinXP64Pro + Side Taskbar = System Crash + Taskbar not working.
    Hello, The following happened: 1. A few days ago I moved the taskbar from the bottom to the left side of the screen (might be related) 2. Today I opened Delphi 2007 and opened an older application. 3. I enabled "runtime theme support" for the older application. 4. This (other) older application does not use any custom page control I think... 5. Then while upgrading the application to use newer units and using outlook express and debugging etc the screen went blank, like it was switching resolution or something. 6. Then a few seconds later the system crashed ! Crash in: Win32K.sys page_fault_in_nonpaged_area stop 050, etc (Memdump made I think...) 7. I rebooted the system 8. Wanted to look at event log, noticed the Taskbar is not responding. 9. Opened outlook express via running explorer instance to write this report. I will post this first before it crashes again, then I will try to find more information via the event log in case any developer reads this and wants more info to fix any possible bug in themed support on Windows XP x64 Pro. (Me busy with themed support in Delphi 2007 ! System hanged first and now crashed ! All within a few minutes ! ) Bye, Skybuck.
  • 2. upgrading xp64 to sp2
    get all the way to surveying hardware and then start installing sp2 and then i get a message "An error in updating your system has occurred" i have dl the iso image and burned a disk and same place same message occurs every time.then i have to uninstall sp2 . I am running AMD Athlon 64 processor,3500+ 2.21 GHz 1.00 Gb ram MS xpx64 edition version 2003 service pack 1

SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 07:42:01 GMT

I finally installed the SPTDinst X64 from Daemon Tools 
( http://www.**--****.com/ ) and 
solved the error in event viewer.
Had to install it via the command line thing: "sptdinst_x64.exe add"
Now stpd.sys is version 1.25
The boogie one was 1.24
One of these days I'll try removing it with "sptdinst_x64.exe remove"
Carlos


Re: SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Tony Sperling » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:12:20 GMT

Did you also uncover why it was complaining about something that wasn't
installed in the first place? (or shouldn't be)


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Re: SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:26:01 GMT

Tony:
It was somehow installed but v1.25 didn't agree with it (it said it wasn't 
installed).
So, I decided to install it (with the "add" command line option).
No more red marks on event viewer.
As a matter of fact I'm trying to solve why my XP x64 waits for almost one 
minute to display all (not many) of the systray icons.
Disk activity is high but there is this cumbersome delay that I want to work 
out.
I also solved two DCOM red marks in event viewer and disabled PDsched and 
PDengine (from Raxco perfectdisk) with no improvement in boot speed.
I am now with a "no event viewer problem PC", high disk activity high boot PC.
BTW, boot drive is WD200GB SATA2 with latest SATA controllers from NVidia.
Carlos








Re: SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Tony Sperling » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 08:51:33 GMT

If theSATA driver loads some kind of control/setup applet at boot-time, you
might try and disable that, and keep it as a menu option only. I had one of
those that came with my Maxtor or the SiS chip (don't remember), took quite
some time to load. Or one of those '{*filter*}s' are calling up something on the
Internet?

Tony. . .






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Re: SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 09:06:01 GMT

As a matter of fact the boot process "waits" that eternal minute showing the 
remove hardware icon on the systray.
The same one that "suggests" you to remove your SATA drives.
Nothing removable is connected at boot time, though.
Carlos












Re: SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Tony Sperling » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 09:15:19 GMT

Unless, perhaps the drive has a 'HotSwap' built-in functionality?


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Re: SPTD Error in Event viewer: SOLVED!

Postby Q2FybG9z » Thu, 20 Jul 2006 11:11:02 GMT

ne last thing...
The "sptdinst_x64.exe remove" thing does remove the driver but brings back
one error in event viewer (different number this time).
So I humbly reinstalled it with "sptdinst_x64.exe add"
Seems we'll have to live together until the nextr fresh x64 install.
Carlos

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