Thanks John... I didn't notice the space, but it looks like it's gone from
bad to worse. After entering the info, a new error popped up: "Quartz.dll
was loaded, but the call to Dllregisterserver failed with error code
0x8007005." I hate to ask, but any thoughts on this?
"John Inzer" wrote:
> Nancy wrote:
> > Just when I was beginning to like Vista... this is interesting... I
> > tried your suggestion and the message I get is "Windows cannot find
> > "regsvr32quartz.dll." I went into MM tools/options/compatibility to
> > view video/audio filters. The only filter listed is "AVI
> > Decompressor...windows/system32/quartz.dll".
> > Thanks again for your help, Edward.
> When running the command:
> regsvr32 quartz.dll
> There must be a space between the 2 and the q
> John Inzer
> Digital Media MVP
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