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Old July 6th 09, 12:50 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
gully
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Default DEP execution error on single avi file


The problem is as follows:
- i have many avi files majority from the same source
- one file gives the dep error
- seems to happen when explorer is trying to show a thumbnail
of the file
or some kind of preview
- i am able to quickly play the file which works fine but with
he error
message in front of it


I have tryed turning the DEP off but that has no effect and no viruses
are present on the pc thank you for your help.


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Old July 6th 09, 06:22 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
John Inzer[_2_]
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Default DEP execution error on single avi file

gully wrote:
The problem is as follows:
- i have many avi files majority from the same source
- one file gives the dep error
- seems to happen when explorer is trying to show a thumbnail
of the file
or some kind of preview
- i am able to quickly play the file which works fine but with
he error
message in front of it


I have tryed turning the DEP off but that has no effect and no viruses
are present on the pc thank you for your help.

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Not a solution ...just a couple of ideas.....

The following article may be useful for disabling DEP:

Windows Vista -
How to Enable or Disable DEP in Vista
http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/12...e-disable.html

Sounds like the .avi may be corrupted in some way.

It may be worth a try to import it into Super and resave
it in the .avi format...maybe by some miracle the new
file will work.

SUPER Simplified
Universal Player Encoder & Renderer
http://www.videohelp.com/tools/SUPER
(the mirror download site is faster)

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Old July 7th 09, 12:31 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
gully[_2_]
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Default DEP execution error on single avi file


im running on xp sp3 and have tried disabling the dep,

but i'll try resaving the video file never know it may work

just additional info this problem was with a different avi file while
the one giving the error was fine after deleting the file this file has
started giving the error, so thats whats confusing me even more


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Old July 7th 09, 05:38 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
John Inzer[_2_]
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Default DEP execution error on single avi file

gully wrote:
im running on xp sp3 and have tried disabling the dep,

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Ok...you had mentioned that but the article may offer
something you have not tried.
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but i'll try resaving the video file never know it may work

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Good luck...
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just additional info this problem was with a different avi file while
the one giving the error was fine after deleting the file this file
has started giving the error, so thats whats confusing me even more

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Video editing is always interesting.

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Old July 8th 09, 11:54 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
gully[_3_]
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Default DEP execution error on single avi file


i've tried resaving and instead of the dep error i get the normal error
window

however if i open the file from windows media player there is no error
so seeing as this is the only video with the problem i may learn to live
with it lol

Thanks for the help John


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Old July 8th 09, 02:00 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
John Inzer[_2_]
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Default DEP execution error on single avi file

gully wrote:
i've tried resaving and instead of the dep error i get the normal
error window

however if i open the file from windows media player there is no error
so seeing as this is the only video with the problem i may learn to
live with it lol

Thanks for the help John

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Thanks for the update.

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me may not work for you

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