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  #136  
Old 2005-04-27, 10:12 AM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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Works fine on _all_ my machines ... let's track this down:

Right-click on the ffp file. Is there an item "Verify with Trader's Little Helper"?

If not, you probably didn't select the option "associate with ffp files" during setup procedure. If there is this item, is it printed bold?

If not, another item (the bold one) is set as default action when you double-click the file. You can change this default setting via the Tools menu of Windows Explorer. If the item is printed bold and double-clicking does not work ... I really don't know. Does processing start if you just right-click the ffp file and select "Verify ..."?
It's associated, I did that on the last version thinking it would work. It has the icon and I double checked properties. It does open TLH but it just doesn't do the verifying. However when I right click and select "Verify with Trader's Little Helper" it opens and verifies.

I start a new job today and I have to get running along, so I'll grab the new version tonight and see what happens.
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Old 2005-04-27, 03:51 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

i have not read every post so don't bash me if this has been stated

when creating a large(single file) md5 for wav(s) you get the error>inter overload.
exmpl=green grass n' high tides wav
it does it with all single large mb's wavs

i love this tool
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Old 2005-04-27, 04:04 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

sorry the error states->Integer Overflow

happens on all files over 275mb's wavs when creating an md5 chkr
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Old 2005-04-27, 04:54 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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sorry the error states->Integer Overflow

happens on all files over 275mb's wavs when creating an md5 chkr
Please update to the newest version of Trader's Little Helper. On v0.9.2.55 the function that creates md5 checksums was reworked/fixed and successfully tested with files up to 2 GB.
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Old 2005-04-27, 05:00 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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Please update to the newest version of Trader's Little Helper. On v0.9.2.55 the function that creates md5 checksums was reworked/fixed and successfully tested with files up to 2 GB.
Sorry,I should have looked for updates 1st

love this tool....

thank you
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Old 2005-04-27, 07:22 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

Awesome new version! Thanks a ton.
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Old 2005-04-28, 10:42 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

A couple times today when fixing SBE's in .wav files the program ran fine then I'd get various error messages and it'd lock up. The only way I could get out of TLH was alt/control/del > end task.
The most recent error messages were:
Access violation at address 6C6C7566. Read of address 6C6C7566.
Access violation at address 74E35C8D in module RICHED20.dll. Read of
address 000000010.
There was a third but I forgot to write it down. Any idea why this is
happening? The files are fixed, regardless but they don't all show in the "window". In the last batch there were 20 files, the program only showed 16 as being "fixed" but when I looked in the folder all files were complete.
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Old 2005-04-28, 10:45 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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Sorry,I should have looked for updates 1st

love this tool....

thank you
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Old 2005-04-29, 02:11 AM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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A couple times today when fixing SBE's in .wav files the program ran fine then I'd get various error messages and it'd lock up. The only way I could get out of TLH was alt/control/del > end task.
The most recent error messages were:
Access violation at address 6C6C7566. Read of address 6C6C7566.
Access violation at address 74E35C8D in module RICHED20.dll. Read of
address 000000010.
There was a third but I forgot to write it down. Any idea why this is
happening? The files are fixed, regardless but they don't all show in the "window". In the last batch there were 20 files, the program only showed 16 as being "fixed" but when I looked in the folder all files were complete.
Earlier in this thread I posted ...
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The reason why I don't release the new version of Trader's Little Helper is a new very fast super duper 18 Ghz Pentium 6 machine that I can use now. On this one (and only on this one!) Trader's Little Helper crashes occasionally when showing audio file details of very long file sets. On one run all is fine and on the next one with the same list of files some nice little crash will happen. At this moment I'm really pissed off ...
... at that time I thought the reason for this is a bug somewhere in Trader's Little Helper ... but now I know it is _not_. It's a bug in RICHED20.DLL, a file that comes with Windows OS. The only way to get a new fixed version of this dll is to update Windows with the latest service pack.

Note: As you said ... if you are fixing SBEs and this error occurs do not panic. Fixing will be continued _properly_ until all files are processed. What is "lost" is the output in the log window because everytime Trader's Little Helper tells Windows to update the log window Windows "reacts" with this access violation thing. Just wait until all processing is done and then kill Trader's Little Helper via task manager.
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Old 2005-04-29, 07:05 AM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

Great program by the way! Thanks for the info roann....updating XP right now.
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Old 2005-04-29, 08:37 AM
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Great program by the way! Thanks for the info roann....updating XP right now.
PS - No updates were needed
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Old 2005-04-29, 06:48 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

Another little problem I've encountered when fixing SBE's in .wav files - if there are 19 files and they're all good except the last one, I get a message saying the first 18 will be ignored (because they don't need fixed) but I don't have enough files to check because I need at least 2. When I checked them with FLAC frontend, the last track (#19 in this case) did need fixed. Any suggestions?
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Old 2005-04-29, 07:55 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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Another little problem I've encountered when fixing SBE's in .wav files - if there are 19 files and they're all good except the last one, I get a message saying the first 18 will be ignored (because they don't need fixed) but I don't have enough files to check because I need at least 2. When I checked them with FLAC frontend, the last track (#19 in this case) did need fixed. Any suggestions?
Did you get the latest upgrade???
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Old 2005-04-29, 08:29 PM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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Did you get the latest upgrade???
Yes, that's what I'm using...0.9.3 Build 56
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Old 2005-04-30, 01:28 AM
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Re: Trader's Little Helper

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Another little problem I've encountered when fixing SBE's in .wav files - if there are 19 files and they're all good except the last one, I get a message saying the first 18 will be ignored (because they don't need fixed) but I don't have enough files to check because I need at least 2. When I checked them with FLAC frontend, the last track (#19 in this case) did need fixed. Any suggestions?
There are two ways to get this done properly:

a) Add only the last file of your file set to the list. Switch to pad mode (you can select this via the combo box) and _post_pad zero-bytes (i.e. silence) to the file.

b) Stay in fix mode but disable the option Skip first N sector aligned files so all files will be processed even if the first several of them wouldn't be altered.

Note: Fixing SBEs the latter way in most cases needs alot of unnecessary time and disc space. The first 18 our your files (those without SBE) will be copied to your drive though there are no fixes/changes (except the file names will be suffixed with "-fixed"). This will take a long time and waste your disc space with data that's already there. In pad mode only one file is processed.
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