Error: "Bad allocation" on Win Vista Bd. 5381.1 2006-05-21 23:45:08 First of all I read the similar thread posted previously, but since it was several months ago for a different build, and since you now state that Foobar is able to run in Vista, I make a new thread here. Flame if you believe me to be ignorant and stupid.I am running a Sony Vaio VGN-A690 laptop, 100gb, 1gb ram.I've tried installing foobar2000 0.9.1 and 0.9.2.beta3, "regularly" and with "run as administrator"-credentials, same thing happens.Install runs smoothly, although it ends before the process bar reaches the end, if you know what I mean, but without errors, so I assume that the last part of the install process is really quick, thus my eye does not catch the latter part of the install. I still get an "installation successfull" message.Now, Foobar starts nicely, all looks good. But as soon as I try to add a music file, any what so ever, or try to play any file, the program shuts down and gives me an "Unhandled Exception: Bad Allocation" error.Once this followed by a C++ runtime error.Do you have to "tweak" any settings for Foobar to run in Vista?I really appreciate any help with this, I googled around, but there are not many ppl experiencing this error, and I will starve to death without Foobar on Vista. Since iTunes/WiMP11 will be real resource hogs in Vista, Foobar is my last hope. I am trying to learn to use VLC as a "default audio player" but let me tell you all it's hard once you've gotten used to excellency. Thanks for any help or suggestions, take care!