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Cinemania: GP Fault When Playing Video on Orchid Fahrenheit

Article ID: 104982

Article Last Modified on 12/8/1999


  • Microsoft Cinemania 94 Standard Edition

This article was previously published under Q104982


If you play AVI video or animation clips on an Orchid Fahrenheit 1280 (S3) video card in Cinemania, you may receive one of the following error messages:

MMTASK caused a General Protection Fault in ICCVID.DRV at 0001:2392 (or 0002:29D7).


MMTASK caused a General Protection Fault in MCIAVI.DRV at 0001:4392.

The error may not occur until you have played the video or animation clip a few times.


To play AVI video and animation clips with an Orchid Fahrenheit 1280 (S3) video card, install the Windows VGA driver (VGA.DRV).

In Windows 95 you can use the VGA driver or the SVGA driver.

For more information about how to perform this task in Windows, see your Windows printed documentation or online Help.


For more information about Orchid cards and drivers, contact Orchid Technology at (510) 683-0323.

AVI (Audio Visual Interleave) is the technology that allows animation and video clips to be played on a PC under Microsoft Windows.

The third-party product discussed here is manufactured by a vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding this product's performance or reliability.

Additional query words: 1994 gpf gpfault action profile profiling gp fault Viewer 2.0 2.00 Video

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