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Error 80004005 and more

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I have been getting runtime errors, Videowave hanging then just closing without asking to save, I uninstalled and reinstalled.

 

Now I keep getting this error. AT least 15 times in an hour.

 

.\IPEbase.cpp(2361):***Error 80004005 = leftbuttondblclick(hWnd, wParam, IParam)

 

Does anyone have any ideas? Computer specs as follows:

 

2G GB memory

22 GB Used space

209 GB free space

HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-HA42N (driver are updated.

Samsung cdrw/DVD sm-332 DVD/CD-R

 

Are there other programs which do the same as EMC9, but actually run with Windows XP?

 

Thanks

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I have been getting runtime errors, Videowave hanging then just closing without asking to save, I uninstalled and reinstalled.

 

Now I keep getting this error. AT least 15 times in an hour.

 

.\IPEbase.cpp(2361):***Error 80004005 = leftbuttondblclick(hWnd, wParam, IParam)

 

Does anyone have any ideas? Computer specs as follows:

 

2G GB memory

22 GB Used space

209 GB free space

HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-HA42N (driver are updated.

Samsung cdrw/DVD sm-332 DVD/CD-R

 

Are there other programs which do the same as EMC9, but actually run with Windows XP?

 

Thanks

 

EMC 9 runs just fine in Windows XP. I have no clue what that error is, but when I see something with button clicks, I think mouse software problems, which may not be right.

 

What processor does your computer have, what mouse are you using, and what video card do you have?

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EMC 9 runs just fine in Windows XP. I have no clue what that error is, but when I see something with button clicks, I think mouse software problems, which may not be right.

 

What processor does your computer have, what mouse are you using, and what video card do you have?

 

Thx for responding.

Intel Pentium 4 CPU 2.80 Ghz

Microsoft wireless Intelli mouse

Video Card Intel 82865G Graphics Controller/96MB Memory

Microsoft XP Professions (5.1, Build 2600)

 

Hope you can help!!

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Can you try it with a standard PS/2 or USB mouse and see if the problem still occurs?

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Can you try it with a standard PS/2 or USB mouse and see if the problem still occurs?

 

I almost thought it worked, but then the screen came up, but this time without the error message. We're getting closer!! Thanks so much.

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I almost thought it worked, but then the screen came up, but this time without the error message. We're getting closer!! Thanks so much.

 

 

Got it again, Using Kensington pilot optical mouse

.\IPEBASE.cpp(2374):*** Error 80004005 = rightbuttonup(hWND, wparam, Iparam)

 

Got it again, Using Kensington pilot optical mouse

.\IPEBASE.cpp(2374):*** Error 80004005 = rightbuttonup(hWND, wparam, Iparam)

 

now I have about 30 ?cabinet files on my desktop. Icons look like 2-drawer file cabinets. Can I delete them? What should I DO???? heeeeeeeeeeeeellllllllllllllpppppppppppp

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You may have a video problem - that 96 MB sounds like it's integrated graphics (built on the motherboard)

 

If it's a laptop - there's nothuing you can do (Intel haven't updated the graphics driver for that since September 2005)

 

However, if it's a desktop machine, I'd recommend a new graphics card.

 

Also, download and install the latest DirectX 9.0c from Microsoft but even then that mightn't help much.

 

Try opening Videowave and go to tools, options and select Render using software and see if that helps

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You may have a video problem - that 96 MB sounds like it's integrated graphics (built on the motherboard)

 

If it's a laptop - there's nothuing you can do (Intel haven't updated the graphics driver for that since September 2005)

 

However, if it's a desktop machine, I'd recommend a new graphics card.

 

Also, download and install the latest DirectX 9.0c from Microsoft but even then that mightn't help much.

 

Try opening Videowave and go to tools, options and select Render using software and see if that helps

 

It is a desktop....I did download and Install the latest DirectX.....I did render....What card do you recommend? Specs? Anything...A Link

 

Appreciate your help!

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Any mid-range card should do the job - you don't need an ultra-fast, toss pixels like confetti ones

 

It's hard to say what - some people swear by nVidia (others swear at them). I use an ATI one but in the end it's a matter of choice

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I would get an ATI, not NVidia. There are documented problems with the NVidia video cards and the software.
I would second that recommendation.

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