After upgrading to v13 today, Indigo Studio will no longer start up. I've been using multiple versions since its inception and this is the 1st time I've experienced this....
After receiving an email about theupgrade, I launched studio... was prompted to update the Updater....did that. Then finally was prompted to update to update #13.... which I did. All seemed to go as expected... but then the app will no longer fire up. I get the splash screen for a couple seconds, then poof. gone..
Do you have an NVidia graphics card?
If so, could you please try what is suggested here and see if that works for you?
Hello -- I'm running on a HP Elitebook 8560w laptop with built in Nvidia Quadro 1000M display driver version 184.108.40.2066 driver date 10/2/12 ... running on windows 7. When I have win 7 try to update, it claims its 'up to date'
No luck finding any trace of the .DLL mentioned: DisplayLink driver dlumd32.dll :(
Could you check in the event log and see if there's any log of the Indigo crash, and if so, let us know what it says?
here you go.... from my event log about an hour ago:
Faulting application name: Indigo Studio.exe, version: 220.127.116.11, time stamp: 0x51f2c402Faulting module name: libcef.DLL, version: 3.1453.1255.0, time stamp: 0x518aa75eException code: 0xc0000005Fault offset: 0x005b6195Faulting process id: 0x1990Faulting application start time: 0x01ce8c8bf95fe01dReport Id: 37e1f894-f87f-11e2-9730-402cf4623b34
Can you try running Indigo as Administrator?
Diego -- thanks, that worked. I ran as Administrator and it paused a little longer and then ran correctly. I then closed it down, and RE-ran it as normal (not as admin) and it also worked. I closed the app again and tried starting it yet again (not as admin) and it continued to work.
Umm... perhaps the 1-time startup as admin wrote something, somewhere.... that was required? and now that the 'something' exists... the app fires up as normal. just my guess. Anyway, running as Admin got me past this problem.
Thank you for the quick and helpful responses --
Great!! We'll keep an eye on this and try to reproduce it here. The information you provided will help a lot.
I've recently installed Indigo and despite following all the advice on this thread it is still periodically crashing (no autosave either). After many hours of lost work I'm wondering whether it's worth continuing to trial this software or stick to what we currently use? It's a real shame, I love the storyboarding context stuff.
Any further advice on resolving the issue?
Thanks for your feedback. We also love the storyboard feature ;).
We are trying to reproduce an issue that started to happen in Update 13, where the library we use to display the prototypes inside Indigo is crashing in some scenarios. We detected one related to a video graphic card, and another related to running Internet Explorer. The first one is fixed by updating a driver, but we still could not reproduce or understand why it's the second one happening. As you may imagine it's a high priority item for us and we are actively working on diagnosing it.
On the other hand, I'm not sure if that's the issue you experienced. If you could send us the Indigo logs it will help us identify the issue.
Those are in these folders: · Win -> C:\Users\<yourusername>\Documents\Indigo Studio\Logs · Mac -> /Users/<yourusername>/Documents/Indigo Studio/Logs
BTW, it's highly likely that we'll be adding autosave after we ship our v2.
We are absolutely adding auto save right after we ship v2. :)
Good news, thanks for the response.
It's not coping well when I try to paste the whole log in here but here's the application error details from the event viewer:
Faulting application name: Indigo Studio.exe, version: 18.104.22.168, time stamp: 0x520032f4Faulting module name: libcef.DLL, version: 3.1453.1255.0, time stamp: 0x518aa75eException code: 0xc0000005Fault offset: 0x005b6195Faulting process id: 0x1d98Faulting application start time: 0x01ce982f862fd785Faulting application path: C:\Users\alipeppard\AppData\Local\Infragistics\Indigo Studio\Indigo Studio.exeFaulting module path: C:\Users\alipeppard\AppData\Local\Infragistics\Indigo Studio\libcef.DLLReport Id: f2742ceb-0428-11e3-baf7-b86b23050e10