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  1. #1
    RuNext Guest

    solve the problem with

    ok, in my old computer I was able to edit clips and make home videos with no
    problems, it just took for ever because it was so old. Now on my new computer
    with Windows Vista, after I edit my clips with 'Windows Movie Maker' and hit
    'publsih video' it gives me this error message:

    "Follow these steps to solve the problem with (Follow the steps
    in the article to unregister this binary, e.g. regsvr32 /u
    This problem was caused by (Follow the steps in the article to
    unregister this binary, e.g. regsvr32 /u (Follow the
    steps in the article to unregister this binary, e.g. regsvr32 /u
    was created by Ligos Corporation."

    and it give me these two links:

    What do they mean? . . . I have no idea . . . all I know is that I can't
    publish my videos and I don't know how to fix this :o(

    Any help or anyone who can guide me the right direction will be greatly
    appriciated :o)

    That's just cuz' I'm clueless . . .

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    Re: solve the problem with

    Do you have the file or are you graspping at straws. In Movie Maker look on
    Tools - Options - Compatability and see if it's there.

  3. #3
    RuNext Guest

    Re: solve the problem with

    Thanks for replying . . . I have all the clips, they are "*.ASF" files and I
    didn't have a problem using them in my old computer and now on this one it
    doesn't publish the video after I edit them . . . weird . . .

    I looked under tools, are you refering to "Fliters"? I don't know what I'm
    looking at or what to check of . . . sorry . . . I'm such a newb . . .

  4. #4

    Re: solve the problem with

    As it is the only item on the page I suppose I am talking about filters. Is
    your filter listed there?

    If so untick it.

    Also Help menu - About - Technical Info button and look for these twp

    MPEG/DVD Filters

    Video Codecs

  5. #5
    RuNext Guest

    Re: solve the problem with

    Sorry about that, what filter am I looking for? I see about 8 of them. Please
    bear with me, I know that these help to view video as well as hear the audio
    when importing them or publishing them. But I have no idea what to check off
    or leave on.

  6. #6
    Malke Guest

    Re: solve the problem with

    I just went through this for a client. The errors occur because the
    Ligos codecs installed aren't really Vista-compatible.

    There are a couple of different fixes for this depending on what you
    have installed on your system.

    1. If you have Nero, update to the very latest version.

    2. Unregistering the Ligos codecs (, etc.). To do this, click
    on the Start Orb and type "cmd.exe". Then right-click on Cmd and choose
    Run As Administrator. You will see the cmd prompt. At the prompt, type:

    regsvr32 /u [enter]

    You'll get a confirmation box saying the unregistration was successful.
    Do this for every codec for which you get the error. My client's box had
    about 4 of these codecs.

    3. If after the unregistering you get an error that the codec can't be
    found, log into an account with administrative privileges (you should
    create at least one extra account like this for emergencies). Go to
    Control Panel>Folder Options>View. Set the options to see all hidden
    files. You'll get several *.ini files on the Desktop - ignore them
    because you aren't going to use this account for anything but
    emergencies - or you can go back to Folder Options and hide the
    protected files when you're done.

    Now go to C:\Windows\System32 and find the .dll for which you got the
    error. Right-click on it and Rename to (ex.) Log off and
    go back to your regular account and see if you can play the movie file
    by double-clicking on it now. You should not get the error any more.

  7. #7
    RuNext Guest

    Re: solve the problem with

    Thank You Malke!

    I was able to go in and type:


    and now I'm able to publish my video from Windows Movie Maker, the only
    problem is that the finished product has sound but no picture. I never really
    had a problem viewing clips because I only viewed the clips in Windows Movie
    Maker, edit them, and then publish the finished product. Now I can publish
    but no picture :o(... weird

    I was wondering . . . how can I get a picture back and will buying a new
    video camera get rid of this problem?

  8. #8
    finn hytte Guest

    binary, e.g. regsvr32 /u

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