Ace-stream not working on windows 10 x64

I installed Ace_Stream_Media_3.1.28 on win 10 x64 several times but i cant play from acestreams links.

Ace engine not starting.

Here is the Log

According to log, engine has trouble with crypto module when creating keys pair.
Please, describe your setup (software/hardware), did you have some third-party/dev SSL tools installed?

I didn’t install any SSL tools,but i don’t know if any installed with windows. its fresh setup-ed Windows 2 weeks old.
I have 2 BitTorrent client and some win utility software and few Games installed.
How can i check it or if i need any SSL tools to install.

In the our case it’s opposite - no any third-party SSL software should be installed.

And their names is?
We already have similar issue (user with Windows 7, failed to describe own software setup). This error is really rare, so we can only guess what cause it, and first “suspect” is some third-party software.

Windows 10 x64 Pro

Torrent = Bitcomet and Qtorrent,
Browser = Chrome and Firefox,
Editing = Adobe CC master,
Utility = Revo Uninstaller, Escribe, HD Tune Pro,
Games = Rage, Crisis 2, Fortnite,
Media = MPC-HC, Groove

Try to remove those clients, then run AceStream and after this you can install them again (regardless of our app run status).

I uninstalled both of them but didn’t work.
Then I reinstalled the acestream but again not working.
I didn’t install Torrent clients now.
I uploaded the log. 1st one is before reinstall and 2nd one is after.


According to logs, nothing changes so far, looks like this guess is wrong.
Can’t help you right now, sorry - may be, we find something useful later.

Hi,
Today after Windows 10 installed updates ace_engine.exe does not start anymore. It creates a dump file in the engine directory after ecery attempt to start it.
Please help to make it run again!
Thanks!


Look at this screenshot - https://imgur.com/a/pzZV9Ln - beta “worldwide unicode support” must be “uncheck”.

Can some one help me with, how to fix starting problems on my Ace stream media center?


look at the message above - http://oldforum.acestream.media/index.php?topic=12333.msg26004#msg26004

Many, many thanks for the fast and correct answer.