Author Topic: Startup taking 10x as long since 3.4 ("Unable to load element" error)  (Read 805 times)

sdziscool

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Hello y'all,

Since I updated to 3.4 and subsequent releases, the startup time of my musicbee has gone from ~2 seconds to about 45 seconds if not longer.
I get no verbose errors and I am not noticing any weird behaviour in the application itself.
I have verified my SSDs/harddrives and they seem completely fine.
In my error log I see the following error which coincides with every startup from musicbee since I updated:
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[time redacted by me] - Unable to load element: -888402318 - Parameter is not valid.

Thanks for the help and thanks for making MusicBee in general
Last Edit: March 22, 2021, 11:13:35 PM by sdziscool

phred

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Update to the latest 3.4 patch and report back.

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Download the latest MusicBee v3.5 or 3.6 patch from here.
Unzip into your MusicBee directory and overwrite existing files.

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sdziscool

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Update to the latest 3.4 patch and report back.

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Oh my I'm sorry, I meant 3.4, it was all fine in 3.3, sorry for the misconception
I updated the thread (the issue remains as I was already on the latest release and even after updating to your version the issue remains)



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sdziscool

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can you upload it somewhere and post a link

Oof, I just replaced the skin with a new version and it seems my skin was custom/corrupted/doing something which caused the error in the ErrorLog, however even though the error does not occur anymore now that I've replaced the skins, musicbee is still taking just as long to load unfortunately. I can send my settings file if you want it, I'm pretty sure the skin was the only thing I ever touched and the rest is vanilla+plugins.