Do you guys notice that when you boot your computer and press control-alt-delete msg32 is listed in the task list? And if you end the task and go to reboot that you get a msg32srv fault saying that it was caused by wstream.dll?
If this happens to you, tell me what version of giga you are using. If it doesn\'t happen tell me as well!
I find it very odd that giga is wrapped around the operating system upon startup. I don\'t want giga doing anything on my system unless I tell it to.
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size=\"1\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by bhuether: I find it very odd that giga is wrapped around the operating system upon startup. I don\'t want giga doing anything on my system unless I tell it to.
That\'s pretty much the way GigaStudio (or GigaSampler) works - if you look in your System.ini file, in the [386enh] section, you\'ll see a line like Device=[some path]\\vrtkrlnd.vxd. That\'s where GigaStudio \"wraps itself around the operating system\" - if it didn\'t do that, it wouldn\'t be GigaStudio!
[This message has been edited by ursatz (edited 06-03-2001).]
Giga installs itself in the kernel at windows startup. What would be better is when you start giga, it would do a special reboot into the kernel (giga are you listening). That way when you run your other programs, giga\'s kernel changes would not crash them since you have not started giga upon turning on the computer. Face it, it takes more time / money / effort to write code to make giga play nice with everybody else\'s software. Thats why giga suggests a giga only computer.