When I install Ulead DVDWS2, the program starts up with no problem. I close the program and reopen it and I get an error. The error signature offset is 000005c. A workmate has installed the same program on a similar computer without problems. Any suggestions?
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Re: DVDWS2 Error on startup
I don't have a specific answer, but a consideration would be if the install of the same app went well on a similar machine, try and turn off all running applications, ESPECIALLY your antivirus software.
after installing, whether it tells you to or not, restart your computer.
This is a basic troubleshoot - it could be you have software or hardware that conflicts with Uleads instructions.
Because it's video software, make sure you DirectX, video drivers and codecs are all up to date.
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If this error appears every time you start the computer, then there is a program in your system start up that isn't properly installed. I can't tell you which program without more information. A quick search shows that this is a common problem with DriverCure and FileCure. Uninstall/reinstall them if you have one of these programs.
If you don't know which program it is, then you need to go through your startup programs one by one.
Press "windows key + R" to bring up the run dialog box. Type in "msconfig" and click "OK." If the UAC dialog box comes up, click "Continue." Click on the "Startup" tab.
It will display a list of every program that runs when your computer boots. Uncheck the first box for the program that you think might be causing the problem and then click "OK."
A box asking if you'd like to restart your computer will appear. Click "Restart Now."
A dialog box will appear notifying you of changes to your startup, click "OK" and msconfig will reopen.
If the error reoccurs, then uncheck the next item on the startup tab and repeat until you find the one causing the error. Make note of the name of the last thing you unchecked and uninstall/reinstall that program.
To get rid of the startup notification box, simply check "Don't show this message..." before clicking "OK"
Try uninstalling the software and then manually deleting any folders it created (if they still remain after the uninstallation). If it doesn;t promp to restart, then restart. Then reinstall the software again. Good luck!
I believe it has to do with uLead checking for its MPEG encoder every time you re-boot. you can try turning off the automatic check from CCleaner. IIRC, that's what I had to do to allow me to install HCEncoder
or else try to go with Run CCleaner; Choose Tools -> StartUp and see if uLead is auto running anything. If it is it is safe to 'Delete Entry' thus turning it off. You can do that with most start up managers, I use CCleaner, so that's why i recommended it. Ulead Video Studio Software Free Download For Windows 7 8 1
Repair the program by going to Control Panel --> Add Remove Programs --> Ulead MF6 --> Change/Remove --> Repair.
You must have the original instal disk in you optical drive for this to work. This solved the no capture driver error message for me. If this doesn't work I would uninstall and reinstall the whole program.
A way to fix this error which is a font problem is to take the PE.ini from ProgramData\Ulead Systems\Ulead Photo Express\6.0 and stick it in the ulead.dat file in the Program Files (x86) if you have a 64 bit system and then find the u32Comm file in the program files (x86) and change the font to a font where it will not say that error again, I have done this in Windows Vista before and it worked, I also done it in Windows 7 and that also worked allthough right now I can't remember what font so you'll have to trial and error the fonts and maybe the sizes etc. but it's mainly a font error within Photo Explosion Deluxe, 1 problem I'm having is Photo Explosion Deluxe 3.0 loads on one desktop and loads fine newly created desktops but it doesn't load on others. I figure it was made by cheap software creators.
i am using : windows XP ser.pack 3, Ram:2GB, hard disc cap: 320GB.
program using : ULEAD media studio Pro 8, i was editing a bunch off video projects since last 3 days, all working well, but today when i wanted to open my file 001.dvp (project file format) it came out with a message: video editor has encountered a problem and needs to close. we are sorry for the inconvenience.If you were in the middle of something, the information you were working on might be lost. Please help me to lead the way out. some of the program might be wrong here. i really like this Ulead program.
1. Start -> Click Run 2. Enter msconfig and click ok 3. Click Startup tab 4. Uncheck program that you don't want to startup You can disable programs that you don't want automatically load when you start your computer. By disabling these programs will help your computer startup faster. 5. Click Ok and restart Now you should notice that your computer startup faster.
My Hot Tips to Make Your Computer Faster: * Regularly check your startup folder to prevent malicious programs installed itself without your knowledge. * Delete the temporary files from Temp folder (Start > Run > %temp% > delete all files). * Upgrade your RAM to makes your computer boot faster : ) I hope this helps you to make your computer faster..
was looking for a fix to this problem after my dad had this problem
with no results on the net.
So eventually after about an hour or so of poking around i finally found a fix to the problem.
right click start then left click explore
go to program files then ulead video studio
click on the ulead program opening the files
scroll down untill you find the startup file EG: ulead.exe
will have the icon on it it is towards the end of the files
Right click on this file and then click properties then compatibility
then untick all boxes.
this resolved this problem on my dads pc.
Hope this helps