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Windows Host Process not working...What the?

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#1 Dborns


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Posted 02 December 2008 - 01:40 PM

I have a laptop and desktop both running windows vista sp1. I recently bought a Sony minidvd camcorder. It came with software that I downloaded to both computers with no problem. My problem started when I uploaded the videos from the camera to both computers. The videos uploaded fine and show up on both the Picture imaging software that came with the computer, and also in "My Video" file. When I go to the Sony software, I am able to play the videos with no problem. But when I go to "My Videos" file I'm having problems. As soon as I open the file with all of the videos, I get a boxes that pop up saying, "Windows Host Process (rundll32) has stopped working. It then asks to connect to the net for a solution. If I click on one of the mpeg videos, I get audio and no video. When I let it search for a solution, it shows its a problem with axis media control, but when I click on the solution it just goes to an Axis website and not really a solution. I need to get this fixed because I can't email these videos to anyone and that is the reason we bought a new camera.
Thanks for the help.

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