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application error:explorer.exe

By freaksters
Apr 2, 2007
  1. "explorer.exe- application error. The instruction at "0x77f52b6a" referenced memory at "0x00760065". The memory could not be "written". Click on ok to terminate the program. Click on CANCEL to debug the program"

    hexadecimal codes are different.

    this is the error window that pops up every time whenever i try to open an .AVI file nd it happens only with .avi files and other movie files etc. are working fine.
    whether i click ok or cancel explorer shuts down or i have to end task it.
    it started happenig when i copied a .avi file from a pen drive.i think that was corrupted but now all .avi files dat previosly existed or i downloaded are affected. please help me.
    i run win xp/sp2 updated.
    Mcafee updated.
    845 m board. intel p4-1.8Ghz. 256 ram.
    i have tried runnin windows defender, malicious software removal, mcafee etc.
     
  2. sjsn

    sjsn TS Rookie

    Try Classic Media Player?

    What are you using for a Video player? WMPlayer?
    If so, try Classic Media Player.

    Sounds like the Windows Media Player Codecs might be all messed up... Trouble shooting some sort of reinstall would be another suggestion.

    If Classic Media Player works, I recommend using this as your main media player.

    GL
     
  3. russ

    russ TS Rookie Posts: 39

    or you can try to update the present Video Player that you are using. As sjsn says the codecs might be messed up or you don't have the upgraded version to run the latest ".avi" files.
     
  4. Po`Girl

    Po`Girl TS Rookie Posts: 595

    That`s the old thumbnail preview problem.

    Windows trys to show thumbnails of vids and pics,only

    it crashes Explorer in the process.

    To turn off previews -

    Go to Start/Run/and type - regsvr32 /u shmedia.dll click OK.

    to turn them on again(if you want to) regsvr32 shmedia.dll

    You can copy and paste those into the run box.

    Youi can also cure it by getting Divx video player

    More HERE
     
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