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Problems In My Pc...!

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#1 misterbean


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Posted 30 January 2008 - 11:47 PM

I have several questions:
1. When I wanted to edit my boot.ini file, the message suddenly appeared: "The C:\boot.ini file cannot be opened. Operating System and Timeout Settings cannot be changed." When I restarted my pc, the second message appeared "Invalid BOOT.INI file Booting from C:\windows\". How to solve this?
2. Having performing maintenance with TuneUp Utilities 2007 (with disabled startup, services and webshot desktop), my "Athan" software appeared to have an error "Run-time error '381' Invalid property array index". Finally, I re-install it and it worked. Why was it?
3. I have many .flv movies, but some of them are "broken frames" or "hang" for several seconds (not smoothly run) when I used Media Player Classic v. 3.6.5 (K-Lite Mega Codec Pack). However, if I returned to the 3.3.0 version, it worked again - no problem any more. Why was it?
4. Are there any freewares that can recover "bad/broken frames" in .flv movies such as in mpeg ones (VCD Gear)and those that can convert to mpeg, wmv etc?

Thanks a lot for your valuable assistance.

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#2 stevealmighty


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Posted 01 February 2008 - 11:10 PM

Hi misterbean!

Might I suggest that you limit your topics to one question per topic? Reason being is that it will get extremely confusing to members trying to help you when reading prior posts and seeing suggestions/answers on different things.

Please feel free to post again asking a single question. You can also make 4 separate topics, one right after the other, which will make it easier for members to assist you.

To avoid confusion, I'm going to close this topic. If there's any questions, please let me know via PM!

Thanks :thumbsup:
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