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[OMP] Explorer.EXE crash

mmp5
Beginner
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[Windows 7 32Bit]
[IPP: w_ipp_7.0.6.278]
[Visual Studio 10]


Hello,
in the attachments you can see the error message:
OMP: Warning #96
OMP: Error #136
OMP: System error #8
OMP: Error #178
OMP: System error #6


This error pops up and chashes my explorer.exe.
The error pops up when I open a directory which contains a jpeg, jpg, png File
or when I try to save Imagefile via image editing software.
Even the compiled samples from IPP crashes when I try to save.

I think:
after installing IPP its takes over the - windows thumbnail/image creation - and the thumbnails are now created by IPP

It replaces the codec!?


How can I solve this problem?
Is there any known issues in IPP?
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SergeyKostrov
Valued Contributor II
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Please take a look at my comments.

Quoting mmp5
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OMP: Warning #96

It couldn't create a 32,768th thread because of some configuration limits. This is not an error as you can see.

OMP: Error #136

It couldn't create a newthread because it couldn'dcreate the stack and it is amemory related problem.

OMP: System error #8

It confirmsthe previous statement because the error '8' is returned by 'GetLastError' Win32 API
function when a stack for the thread cannot be created - ERROR_NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY.

OMP: Error #178

It is not clear why 'GetExitCodeThread' failed and possibly this is due to an invalid handle of the thread.

OMP: System error #6

It confirmsthe previous statement because the error '6' is returned by 'GetLastError' Win32 API
function when a handleto some system object is invalid - ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE.

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How can I solve this problem?

More memory is needed for processing, that is aPhysical ( RAM )or Virtual ( VM ).

Is there any known issues in IPP?

I'm not 100% sure that it is related to some problems with IPP.


First thing I would try is to increase a size of theVirtual Memory.

Best regards,
Sergey

Sergey_K_Intel
Employee
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Hi!
There is no relation between IPP and any of Windows components (explorer, codecs, thumbnails, etc.). Look if something else "spoiled the party" 8)).
Regards,
Sergey
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