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delef38

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Whenever I try to open the movies folder on my external hard disk (Lacie 500GB), I am getting either of the following error messages:
0x05fc1468
0x038f1468
0x04251468
0x0781473e3

and Windows shut down the External disk folder! The weird thing is that I don't have the same problem when opening the Music files folder. :)
I would appreciate any help!!

Edited by delef38, 25 July 2009 - 10:42 AM.

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I also get a Windows error message : The application explorer.exe faced a problem and has to be terminated (translation from greek Windows).
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Please download VEW and save it to your Desktop: http://images.malwar...om/vino/VEW.exe

Double-click VEW.exe then under Select log to query, select:
Application
System


Under Select type to list, select:
Error

Click the radio button for Number of events
Type 20 in the 1 to 20 box
Then click the Run button.
Notepad will open with the output log.

In Notepad, click Edit > Select all then Edit > Copy
Reply to this post, click in the reply window and press Ctrl+V on your keyboard to paste the log.
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Vino's Event Viewer v01b run on Windows XP
Report run at 25/07/2009 8:41:27 μμ

Note: All dates below are in the format dd/mm/yyyy

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'Application' Log - Type
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'System' Log - Type
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The log was empty?
Quiet impossible.
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I did it exacly as you instructed!
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I am getting either of the following error messages:
0x05fc1468
0x038f1468
0x04251468
0x0781473e3

Are these BSODs, or....?
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BSOD what????
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I try to open again the Movies folder and I get an explore.exe error message :
AppName: explorer.exe AppVer: 6.0.2900.5512 ModName: msvcr80.dll
ModVer: 8.0.50727.3053 Offset: 000173e3
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Go Start>Run, type in:
cmd
Click OK.

At command prompt, type in:
regsvr32 /u shmedia.dll (<---watch for "spaces")
Press Enter.

Restart computer.
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Thanks a lot Broni :) ! The problem seems to have disappeared - what exactly was it?
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Very good :)
The command disables media preview, which on slower machine, and/or with bigger number of video files, may cause Windows Explorer to stall.
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