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Visiting A Folder With AVI Files Crashes Windows Explorer


It was beginning to really bug me haha! The BitStream class is redone. So in the end, it turned out not to be a problem of Vista, but one of AVI-Mux GUI... Renaming the Pvmjpg21.dll file to something else causes right-clicking the codec to come up with a dialog box saying "Cannot load the PicVideo MJPEG Codec Driver.

Then you can hover over each until you find the one that causes the problem, and proceed as mentioned above. 11-23-2009, 04:47 PM #3 arkoenig Registered Member Join The file size is padded to the next multiple of 2324, therefore the end of such files would be corrupt. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Solution: lower reading speed, use a better drive, spin up the disc before opening the file in AVI-Mux GUI.

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known bugs of 3rd party stuff ABC AVI Tag Editor does only have very limited support for AVI files and won't handle most files, for example it won't handle Open-DML files KB2975719 KB2995388 KB3000850 KB3013769 Hope this helps! You can upload files via FTP on, user "upload", password "only". own cacheAn own cache increases performance over using the Windows file cache repair filesSome typical bugs in AVI files causing by some known applications can be fixed without remuxing the file

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Yes. Simply don't create OGM files...or use MKVMerge for remuxing. If you need help un-installing them let us know and I am sure someone can help you run through them, as I say I am at work but the quick explanation Get the list of filters and codecs used to render the file (click on the -> arrows for the intermediate pins).

Latest Tech News Reply With Quote December 30th, 2005,17:07 PM #6 bhxtyrant View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Platinum+ Member Join Date Jan 2005 Posts 734 Glad to hear you I'm using Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-23-2009, 03:57 PM #1 arkoenig Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2008 Posts: 101 OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 I've seen a It will restore some missing registry keys.Start -> Programs -> K-Lite Codec Pack -> Tools -> Codec Tweak ToolIf the fix is grayed out, or if the fix does not have During installation, be sure to check the box for VfW.

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The video that won't play or the photo that won't display is the likely culprit. you can try this out If not, uninstall it, reboot, and see if it makes a difference. Disable Explorer Thumbnails This contains a special plugin for generating video thumbnails. Windows Explorer Crashes When Copying Files I've seen a problem similar to this reported on other occasions, but no obvious consensus about the cause.

Now Windows already has a built-in Motion JPEG decoder. click resources Current Temperatures » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118>> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. On the System page in Control Panel, click Advanced system settings, and then in the Performance box, click Settings. Identify which file causes the crash and remove it. Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working

That means device drivers and some core components of Windows. When I visit any folder with .AVI files in it, Windows Explorer dies with a message bout "data execution prevention." This problem has started occurring since March, 2009, because I have Windows Vista AVI-Mux GUI 1.17.8 only works with the compatibility mode being enabled. Visit the forum for help if needed.Q:How do I manually change a file association in Windows XP?A:Open Windows Explorer (hold the Windows Key and press 'E')In the top menu go to:

I've attached a list of the codecs I have. Case Requests! Moreover, it displays the thumbnail correctly--then hangs, and the process manager shows dumprep.exe running.

Quote: Originally Posted by blah789 Quote: Does the folder in question have a lot of files?

Get the list of filters and codecs used to render the file (click on the -> arrows for the intermediate pins). The output will not replay in DirectShow. The problem occurs when it doesn't go away, at which point Windows Explorer stops cooperating when you try to view another folder or cancel the progress by clicking the little red Click Restart Now to apply the change right away, or click Restart Later and close the User Accounts tasks window.Q:Windows Explorer crashes when browsing a folder that contains video filesA:When the

Login: Remember Me? Do you have any codec pack installed? Please login below or register now. Discover More Those files are 100% compliant to the AVI file specification extracting most stream typesAll stream types that can be extracted in "raw mode", like MP3, AC3, DTS, as well as AAC

If you goto control panel, un-install a program and then once that loads there should be a quick link on the left for view windows updates. Version History Version 1.17.8 new The CTextFile class is redone.


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