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    ADISynth.DLL Debug Assertion...

    Can you help with the following error ?? (NT 4.0, SP 6a, IE 6)

    A debug assertion has occurred in ADISynth.DLL
    Assertion Message:
    CWodBuffer::SubmitYourselfToWodBridge bad initial object state!
    File: e:ac970038adisynthadisynth_cwodbuffer.cpp
    Line: 00299
    Attached to process: 02b9

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    Re: ADISynth.DLL Debug Assertion...

    A quick google search for ADIsynth.DLL shows that this is the driver for the built in MIDI on various motherboards.

    What motherboard / sound card combination are you using?
    What drivers are you using for the sound card / motherboard?
    Have you changed these drivers at any time?
    Is the sound working properly?
    What are you doing when you see this error message?

    StuartR

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    Re: ADISynth.DLL Debug Assertion...

    Motherboard= Intel D845HV, LAN, Audio, uATX (SoundMAX integrated digital audio)
    Drivers= SoundMAX from the motherboard CD
    I have not changed drivers
    The sound does work.
    This only happens when someone sends me an email with fancy backgrounds and sound, and on certain web pages. It happened this morning when my wife sent me a greeting card with sound. After I get the gray box with the message in it, Dr. Watson comes up. After I close Dr. Watson, the page with the error is usually not responding.
    Thanx for your interest and let me know what you think.
    Andy

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    Re: ADISynth.DLL Debug Assertion...

    A quick look at the SoundMAX web site shows that they don't supply driver updates to end users, but recommend that you go via the supplier of your system.

    The Intel web site doesn't have an update to the sound driver for this motherboard. Is it part of an OEM system? If so then it might be worth looking at the vendors web site for driver updates.

    StuartR

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