Ticket #10634 (closed defect: obsolete)
Assert (server_simpleget.c:689) Windows XP when running Premiere Elements with Guest Additions only
|Reported by:||CarlF||Owned by:|
|Version:||VirtualBox 4.1.16||Keywords:||video driver, premiere elements|
I have a Windows XP Professional guest running on a CentOS 6.2 host, VB version 4.1.16. If and only if the Guest Additions are installed, Adobe Premiere Elements 10 is partially functional (the main preview window doesn't work) and will reliably crash Windows itself (not the application, Windows disappears and VB reports its status as "Aborted") if I try to use certain features, such as double-clicking a clip in the palette in order to preview it.
I tried everything I could think of (turning off hardware acceleration, etc.) and the instability and partial functionality continue.
If I uninstall the Guest Additions, Premiere Elements works perfectly. But the default driver doesn't let me make proper use of my 24" monitor, even in full screen. At the very least, I'd like to be able to keep the mouse driver and network driver that are part of Guest Additions installed, but I can't--you either install all or nothing. This means I can't use shared folders, which is quite annoying. If Oracle can't quickly fix the video driver bug, can you split out the network and mouse drivers from the unusable (for me) video one?
The core dump attached shows a crash caused by double-clicking an item in the media list of Premiere Elements 10.
- Summary changed from Windows XP crashes when running Premiere Elements, only when Guest Additions are installed. to Assert (server_simpleget.c:689) Windows XP when running Premiere Elements with Guest Additions only