CU, audio and Win95

Dave Maswick (dmaswick@skidmore.EDU)
Wed, 16 Aug 1995 08:29:48 -0700

1. Whenever I start CU under Win95, the programs starts and then halts,
giving the following message:

CUSEEME caused a general protection fault
in module DIBENG.DLL at 0002:00000369.
EAX=00000000 CS=03b7 EIP=00000369 EFLGS=00000292
EBX=00ff00ff SS=2b17 ESP=0000b8c8 EBP=6a2276ff
ECX=c129887f DS=00ff ESI=0002ffff FS=05f7
EDX=0000005b ES=2b17 EDI=0000f52d GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
66 8b 04 83 c6 04 66 0b c0 78 4e 66 8b e8 66 c1
Stack dump:
00000000 0000b8e0 21fb0249 0080006d 05ee0d37 41b70002 00cfb91a b91241f7
00ff2b17 b8f200ff 00002b17 266c0000 001a0d37 00000000 0ae9b912 001a178f

If I close CU and then re-start, all is well......kinda.

I do NOT see the audio indicator bars on either incoming or outgoing audio.
In the audio setup, the correct device (SB16) is listed. It would almost appear
that CU THINKS that it's working (and may indeed be) but Win95 is holding it up.

As for speed, I'm on ethernet to a local relector. When I go off campus it
is at T1.

I'm not quite sure what to make of this. Any insight would be GREATLY


Dave Maswick
Dave Maswick
Training and Documentation Coordinator
Skidmore College Center for Information Technology Services
(518) 581-7400 Ext 2915