Audio Problems.

By Ro'
Apr 1, 2008
  1. Hey guys, sorry to be botherin with so many problems :S

    hows everyone doing, I hope you people are great!

    ok heres the deal.

    I play guitar and stuff,and I record. ALOT
    and lately after I restored everything to fact. because I had this problems and stuff.

    I've been using alot of Adobe Audition, Audacity, and programs that let you record different tracks and stuff, they also help adding effects and such.
    I also use this program that runs alot of midi files, idk if anyone knows it, its guitar pro.
    And after the restore I cant even try to add effects to my recordings, I cant even play for couple times midi files, because memory isnt enough.

    I just close and open up the program again. So its really hard to record...
    theres an error it pops up on the program idk if it helps, its in french...and I dont know french and I cant change the language of that error msg.
    its something like this "Violation d'accés á l'adresse 05A2EBAA dans le module 'O03.dll'. Lecture de l'adresse 00000000"

    I was wondering if theres some way to repair this. or any way to optimize/upgrade(or something) the audio driver with any software.

    Audio Profile? of the computer:

    Audio Reproduction= SoundMAX Digital Audio
    Audio Recording = SoundMAX Digital Audio
    Midi Files reproduction = Sint. SW of GS waves
    If you need any other info tell me.

    Thankz for looking this thread.
  2. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    The fault is O03.dll from doing a Google on this, others too, are having the same issue. One post stated updating fixed it, and another user said it had no effect !
    Basically a program fault, Not a Windows fault
    Good luck with the Googling and manufacture support

    Options>Preferences and when you have that window open, there is a box named "Automatic Backup" in the lower left corner. If you haven't done so yet, check the "Every"-box and put the scrollinglist to the right of that box to "5". Now it will auto-save every fifth action, making the loss minimal each time it crashes.
  3. Ro'

    Ro' TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20

    oh Thanks, well I just logged in to the customers service, on the program and yes there was an error with the dll. Thankz.
    Btw is there a program/siftware that can optimize the audio? or something?
  4. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    Just make sure your M/b and audio drivers are up-to-date from the manufactures support page
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