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How to Fix a Code 10 Error A Code 10 error usually occurs due to:
Missing device driver
Malfunctioning device driver
Incomplete device driver files
If the device due to which the error has occurred contains the valueFailReasonString in its hardware key, then this string is displayed as an error message. Otherwise, the device displays the following error message: This device is either not present, not working properly, or does not have all the drivers installed. (Code 10) Most of the time, you can resolve this error by updating the device driver for the faulty device. To update the driver, select the Systemoption from the Control Panel. In the System Properties dialog box, select the Hardware tab, and then select the Device Managerbutton. Scroll through the Device Manager window and identify the faulty hardware device. Right-click on this device and then select theUpdate Driver command. Next, follow the screen instructions to update the driver of the selected device. Causes of System Errors System Errors Usually Occur due to:
Device driver conflicts
Corrupt or damaged software files
Corrupt or damaged system registry
Virus or spyware infection
Steps to Prevent System Errors With a little vigilance and extra precaution you can easily prevent most system errors. Some of the tasks that you can perform to prevent system errors are listed below:
Keep your operating system, device drivers, and software applications updated with the latest hot fixes, security releases, and updates.
Run regular antivirus and anti spyware scans to keep your PC free from harmful and disastrous malware. Always keep these software updated with the latest security releases so that your system is always protected against malware infections.
Avoid opening attachments of unsolicited emails and visiting dubious websites.
Do not download freeware and shareware from websites whose authenticity you aren’t sure of.
Be very careful while downloading ActiveX controls from various websites. ActiveX controls provide their master with complete control over your system and therefore, a malicious ActiveX control can cause severe damage to your system and may also enable a hacker to steal your personal information.
Last but not least, perform regular registry maintenance to ensure that your registry is free from errors. 90% of all system errors are connected to the system registry in one way or another. You can easily perform registry maintenance with the help of a registry cleaner such as Ccleaner/Regine. These softwares will provide you with a simple-to-use graphical interface and enable you to scan and clean registry errors in just a few mouse clicks.
It is a very good idea if you run a registry cleaner using Ccleaner/Tuneup/Regine etc...
install a newer version of QuickTime than the 6.x included with LE2
run Setup.exe in the "Let's EDIT 2" folder of the LE2 disc (do not use SetupMgr.exe in the parent folder!)
enter your serial number
continue the installation until the unhandled exception occurs Error number: 0x80000FFFF Description: Catastrophic failure do NOT close the error window yet! (otherwise the installed files will be deleted)
use the windows explorer and go to C:\Program Files\Canopus\ (the chosen installation location) rename the "Let's EDIT" folder, for example "Let's EDIT.save"
go to C:\Program Files\Common Files\ rename "Canopus Shared" to "Canopus Shared.save"
make a copy of the desktop shortcut (copy - paste shortcut)
make a copy of the "Canopus Let's EDIT 2" start menu folder
now click OK in the exception error window and wait a few seconds
restore the "Let's EDIT" folder name
restore the "Canopus Shared" folder name
start Let's EDIT and adjust the settings especially video standard (NTSC/PAL) and format (DV/DVCAM) close Let's EDIT
add the following entries to the registry in order to allow installing 3DRT (adjust DestDir if installed into a different path) these entries will also allow installing the 3DRT update (if you have the updated 3DRT 2.01 version that has the improved 3D PIP)
Is it dv and not hdv? Have you selected the record format, using a native one is generally best. Take it you are using firewire directly, it could be the camera driver - codec, Can you borrow someone elses and try? Has it worked for you before (with and with-out that camera)?
Can you set up an external monitor (like a client monitor) and change the setting to view through external monitor it is worth checking if this works, (even if you can't) it is worth changing this setting and then change it back. I have had issues with lagging picture wile capturing in the past and swaping the input from SDI to Composite and back again has worked for me. If your graphics card seems to be still working with other software packages I doupt it is this but reinstalling avid could clear up issues (just back up what you've re-captured).
This sounds like a fatal error out side of avid settings, you're going to need to do an avid reinstall to replace any currupted files. Just back up your media capture and .bin / avb files. Does xpress let you create an omfi file just import that rather than relinking?