Author Topic: Object reference not set to an instance of an object [Win10, Musicbee v. 3.0.61]  (Read 827 times)

DerMunger

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I've just gotten into using Musicbee recently and I really love it. However, this error has been popping up and I don't have a clue what happened there, let alone fix it on my own. I have read that a similar problem has occured in an earlier version of the program, but it seems to have been fixed for the case that was stated in the forum post, , so I believe this is maybe a specific error to my case. I'm at a loss here  :(


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MusicBee v3.0.6132.15853 (Win10.0), 8 Mar 2017 13:09:

System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at #=qbnwb6QIoYJjRtj62p_r7k8llyfoIG8cE3tBd91n1vagzxYGjwqk8ze7bD1wzZHpa.#=q9ac2BJ2oGgskkWNvKS$EDjJJJwZ_q8bZqWgZJ4p0Yk0=(Boolean #=qeevP_uNn8RFVnvzwSU1eqA==)
   at #=qbnwb6QIoYJjRtj62p_r7k8llyfoIG8cE3tBd91n1vagzxYGjwqk8ze7bD1wzZHpa.#=qPU_EwPlyOvbiIyGoMel1AQ==()
   at MusicBee.Media.PlayManager.#=q_WbVqFQztpk5k4EgO$g5KK0dPs9dO6SkHEQlCFV3kTYk1aEtNOjPyGA9glD8$eC5(Boolean #=qaxcSqlSscR7sJRWvs$VbzOrcHnbrt9zsnX7MmFZIsIQ=)
   at MusicBee.Media.PlayManager.#=qkXuuS_n84A$aFp2jQGKuyg==()
   at #=qRmSqpzT8c2Fd44xFz2HlLwUAR05IWOS74FQRovKhDJd1feAbvZsdEezG1to65JiO.#=qOsY7J94pTGB03R8AZo8ioM$Ml2O3MPKpvt_2JQdGLQs=(#=qy4sNHk1kvoqxRQuvY3c8c8ahYCA5PJsTU9hj8kNVUms= #=qA2FRHaXn2vydodfDw8Nmpg==)
   at #=qmFEfXvvx8grhT9vAMnfSuY8t2eiLGgK_G5Dx3o_zDxE=.#=quF$4LTFGDG1x$fd3McRh0Q==(MouseEventArgs #=qKGipUMuCreGeoQ0qIT99FQ==)
   at MusicBee.MusicBeeMain.#=qMPwYY451V65JjspLr4yNYw==.#=q3kzMBs4CnVfmd0wSg1886MZoNW_2YsyGTsLKArSsC0k=.#=quF$4LTFGDG1x$fd3McRh0Q==(MouseEventArgs #=qs0xg0vl5NaBQoKzBiob4kA==)
   at MusicBee.MusicBeeMain.OnMouseDown(MouseEventArgs #=qcIkfq8t36ylCaTuw4PGf$g==)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseDown(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.ScrollableControl.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Form.WndProc(Message& m)
   at #=qtFSiq99VuE$cFY8jqbKTQSxEUTxytSJpyiA0X2M4UmY=.WndProc(Message& #=qWQlAhVG4wfoIAMax$oU67g==)
   at MusicBee.MusicBeeMain.WndProc(Message& #=q8zsEw5U1qgFZUfohmboggw==)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)

phred

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Try the latest (3.1) patch - see my sig.

If it's still throwing the error, what are you doing when the error occurs? Please list the steps necessary to cause the error.
    The latest MusicBee v3.1 patch is available here. Download & unzip into your MusicBee folder, overwriting existing files.   

DerMunger

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Your method, sadly, didn't fix it.

I'm pretty sure this error is irrecreatable on your side, but it just happens when a song runs out and right when the next should start when "shuffle" and "repeat all" are turned on. As far as I can tell this only happens with FLAC files...

Steven

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could you post the last error logged at the end of the error log (help/ support/ view error log)
and also PM me a link to a zip of your settings file (help/ support/ view settings)

DerMunger

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20/03/2017 20:04:58 - 10.0.14393.0 - 3.1.6275.38881 - System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
   at #=q9xU7vv9oyX9zPWDjJUeSbWRpINHI4rjUW00r_XRR341uslDZDJpDzZ4bMuww7Mo$.#=qVq07Xt9B6H$My$Fm54b0a3wfC5cILGNsWX1ilyAjwaI=(Boolean #=qeCsCFlw3vgI7Zk1xYwYr3Q==, Boolean #=qa4Lxy4nwtVH0tJaQI6msbOkAhqgjx0VPhH0WaQfTgyY=)
   at #=q9xU7vv9oyX9zPWDjJUeSbWRpINHI4rjUW00r_XRR341uslDZDJpDzZ4bMuww7Mo$.#=qh4RjNyN26sdljj7FC9LgrA==()
   at MusicBee.Media.PlayManager.#=q3KlX8Aya0$_mwhmNHoi3B$U3_TlgsyV41zNA5$0Z1kAiX8lHF0xUKDqS25kzmJn$(Boolean #=qCgdOGlVcC21kBS$JlfYyk0zKY94gBerADKxXLE8ulAM=)
   at MusicBee.Media.PlayManager.#=qSztH_4vqdcYl6Yni8tOgFA==()
   at #=qBA9VPlsuh02jUWAiBIT2XsKKYRFW4tG8JloRcEjGqShci1$taG1H0rkOojkhYPCJ.#=qVG0YhqXFH97atTbOkabHtLkZQ_hUVi6IysZtUsuG_xE=(#=qcljY5zZA3xF3y98kB5vyL6x7KTmh64laEQDCOOWZ2z8= #=qfz_a2Sjnw6nms2j2TzLNCg==)
   at #=qHfB6pjValggq6wvNX0xquQg9etgp26WRNdYdZUaPm8k=.#=qx8sH07baez$6_563yTV4IQ==(MouseEventArgs #=q8_MB2FBFoX9ZuDDfmA1_YA==)
   at MusicBee.MusicBeeMain.#=qs2vG2kDC0_ZSdMRVGVO0yw==.#=qsloHVUP3x9084fxlvkZ8Vhc5_XBGGI2jN6Zqmh3ZXlI=.#=qx8sH07baez$6_563yTV4IQ==(MouseEventArgs #=q_6_GtwR7ZMw0t4bRd8UIoQ==)
   at MusicBee.MusicBeeMain.OnMouseDown(MouseEventArgs #=q_6_GtwR7ZMw0t4bRd8UIoQ==)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseDown(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.ScrollableControl.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Form.WndProc(Message& m)
   at #=q3vtegDCaXY47Pi8lgPgEzLBEc65IvgHfXdWA7_7sRmI=.WndProc(Message& #=qfwwnxsVakcJBWcpbhKZ5Aw==)
   at MusicBee.MusicBeeMain.WndProc(Message& #=qVqehyXnRc_DyWgTWzTcXWg==)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m)
   at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)

Steven

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According to the error its when you click the play next button but i cant reproduce.
I noticed you are using an auto-playlist so is it the case that the auto-playlist updates its contents depending on play count, skip count or date last played?
And how do you initiate playback eg. double click a track in the playlist and most importantly do you modify the playing tracks list eg. re-arrange tracks, delete some etc

pohlott

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I am getting this same error when trying to sync songs to my Sansa Fuze. A block of songs did not sync. I got the error Object reference not set to an instance of an object. These songs all play just fine in MusicBee on my computer, but they could not be copied to my Fuze. Interestingly, they were all in a block grouped together alphabetically (artists Daughtry, Dave Matthews, David Bowie, David Cook, Dazz Band, Dead or Alive, and Depeche Mode).