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I have an ASUS P5LD2 SE board with Windows Vista Home Premium Edition and Intel Pentium Dual CPU E2140 @ 1.60GHz. Also, It has 2GB RWM.
When I call Windows Explore, it works fine, but if there is a video generated by Encore TV Tuner Pro (mpeg2), then it opens that folder, but it appears 2 types of messages (see them in short format bellow):
Windows Host Process (Rundll32) stopped running - stop running
Windows Host Process (Rundll32) stopped running - close program
It happens with big video files (few GBytes) and with smaller video files (tens of MBytes). I have DivX video files that does not create any message. I do not know for sure which video drive(s) I have installed. Anyway, the video runs ok using Windows Media Player.
Have you heard about any incompatibility among the itens above. Do you have any suggestion for me to try to solve this problem.
Thank you for your help
Turning off thumbnails will probably stop you getting that error
Open Control Panel > Folder Options > Always show Icons, Never Thumbnails
However, this isn't actually fixing the problem.
Do you have Nero installed by any chance?
If so try:
Open Computer > System Drive > Program files > Common Files > Ahead > DSfilter.
Rename "NeroVideoProc.ax" to "1NeroVideoProc.ax"
Also rename "NeVideo.ax" to "1NeVideo.ax"
And then reboot.
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