Error Whenever Starting Up HeartWare MKV AudioConverter On Windows7

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I’m getting a “stack overflow” error whenever starting up HeartWare MKV AudioConverter on Windows7. Has anyone been experiencing this issue? I also had this issue when using Vista Business 32. Does anyone know how to work around this problem?

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Error Whenever Starting Up HeartWare MKV AudioConverter On Windows7

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Dear Sana Ghona the error you are mentioning “Stack Flow Error” does not pertain to application “HeartWare MKV AudioConverter” it self but relates to the amount of memory being available to your application. So it does not matter whether its windows vista or windows 7 actually the amount of free memory should be in consideration for crashing of this application. Try closing the other applications before running HeartWare MKV AudioConverter. Then run this application. If the error still persists try upgrading your ram or running this software on a pc with more sufficient memory available for the application to run.

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Error Whenever Starting Up HeartWare MKV AudioConverter On Windows7

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If you frequently receive that message whenever you start the program, make sure the program is compatible with your computer. The last time I receive that error was with a DOS program that is not compatible with the DOS version I’m using. So, to check the problem, make sure your computer meets the requirements to run HeartWare MKV AudioConverter.

If the program is a download, visit the website where it is downloaded and check the program’s system requirements. Also, try updating the program to the latest version. If the problem continues, try using another similar program like PopCorn MKV AudioConverter.

It is a Matroska MKV DTS/AAC to MKV AC3 converter which also allows you to remove DTS tracks and convert OGG audio to AC3, MP3, and AAC formats.

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