Windows 7 Crashed When open Folders with an MPG

FCB

New Member
#1
Every time I open a folder with an MPG ( or MPEG) file,((( In windows 7 Build 7000 & RC1 ))) Windows Explorer crashes.:(

(don't Problem with wmv file)

I used CCleaner, and even installed the Win7 Codec pack and removed broken codecs, and still, I am having the same problem.

Anyone help please?
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#2
Just a note to all posters who are having problems.

In order to troubleshoot your problem we neede to know more detailed specs of your system hardware.

Five choices
1. Go to Start > Run, and type msinfo32
2. Go to Control Panel > Device Manager and look for any entry that has a yellow flag beside it
3. Download |MG| SIW (System Info) 2009.5.12
4. Download |MG| SIV (System Information Viewer) 3.36
5 Please fill out your computers specs in the User Control Panel here on the site as well. It will then appear next to your name. look at my posting and you'll see the drop-down arrow.

Have yoiu try using the open source program called VLC (Video Lan Player
VLC media player - Overview

Also, was this a "clean" install or an upgrade?

Did you check Windows Update to see if any available updates are listed?
 


FCB

New Member
#3
Thank you for answer!

I take some picture.



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Also, was this a "clean" install or an upgrade?

First clean and then Install



Did you check Windows Update to see if any available updates are listed

Yes But not sloved.
 


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reghakr

Essential Member
#4
Thank you for the information,

Open another folder and change the view in Windows Explorer to List or Details. then choose Folder Options and select View and click apply to all folders.

Can you open Windows Media Player and browse to a mpeg file and see if it opens/

I would completely remove all Codec packs...Installing more than I can cause conflicts

I'd suggest you download revoUninstaller

This program run the regular uninstaller, then continues to remove reference to files and registry entries.

Then restart your computer and try again.
 


FCB

New Member
#5
Can you open Windows Media Player and browse to a mpeg file and see if it opens
Yes there is no problems with windows player


If we made the indicated item selected there won't be the indicated problem.. :mad:



probably i should tell you the real problem is thumb view .
As result of showing Thumbnails the problem starts to happen and this problem make us realy angry

May the joy be with you
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#6
try going to Control panel > Programs and Features, click the View installed updates in the list. You should have 3.

Is that correct?
 


FCB

New Member
#7
try going to Control panel > Programs and Features, click the View installed updates in the list. You should have 3.

Is that correct?
I HAVE 6
And I uptodated my Windows today
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#8
OK

I just went with a new Internet provider and haven't setup my router yet

I'll connect the Windows 7 machine and see if there are new updates for me as well.

Do the updates you are viewing begin with KB?

Be back in afew minutes
 


FCB

New Member
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reghakr

Essential Member
#10
OK,

I booted up and Activating Windows came up, which I had already done.:confused:

the updates I'm interested in all have the KB before the number.

I now also have 6, so there goes that suggestion.:(

Did you try the earlier suggestion regarding ownership?
 


FCB

New Member
#11
Did you try the earlier suggestion regarding ownership?
My english is not very good
And i not understand what you said
Can you explain it for me again ?
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#12
First open the drive that contains the folder that's giving you the problem

Next, right-click on that folder, choose properties, uncheck the Read-Only box if it's checked.
Next, open the Security tab and click Edit.

Next, select your username in the list and click the checkbox for Full Control.

Shut down and restart and post back
 


FCB

New Member
#13
i have my drives defragmented and my problem solved.


Thank you very much
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#14
WOW!

Simple as that.

I'll have to take a note of that one.
 


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