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Whenever I open up Windows Explorer and click on a Video File (avi or mpeg) in C drive, the small window will pop up telling me that "Windows Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience." This is only happening in C drive, but NOT in D drive. I would transfer my video files from C drive to D drive, and that's when this error pops up, even before I can right-click on the file to move them to D drive. I have tried clicking on my video files on D drive and they're fine.

The Error Signature goes something like that:
AppName: explorer.exe
AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180
ModName: xvid.dll
Offset: 000427d2

I have no idea what any of the above means, but the many times this has happened, the only thing that changes in the Error Signature is the Offset figure, others remain the same.

Can anyone please help? It's frustrating me to no end. Thank you.
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Ur xvid codec may be corrupt. Re-install ur xvid codec.
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