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My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Go to a comm... Or please recommend any other software like Windows Movie Maker. but it's easy using the command prompt. 0 Kudos Reply bongo Punch Card Posts: 10 Registered: ‎08-22-2008 Location: Ontario Message 3 of 12 (10,854 Views) Re: This instance of the problem http://fullflash.net/unspecified-error/unspecified-error-in-movie-maker.html

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I have read through your information, but as a novice computer techie, I have not been able to figure out the exact steps I need to take to change the read-only Movie Maker was alive and well again. I re-set the read-only attribute to the temp folder (attrib +r temp) > and > the problem re-appeared, behaving just as before.

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Sign in to report inappropriate content. Then, before embarking on a fishing expedition in the sea of video codecs (see http://www.papajohn.org/MM2-Issues-Acceleration-and-Codecs.html) I came upon a google result way down the list that proposed removing the read-only attribute It starts giving error. computervidsfromme 15,334 views 4:07 Windows Movie Maker Tutorial for Beginners - Movie Maker Windows 10 Split, Trim & Edit Tips 2016 - Duration: 8:27.

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  • Movie Maker was alive and well again.Just to confirm that I got to the root of the problem, I tried the reverse, i.e.
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The second step would be to click on start, click on run and type chkdsk and click on ok. This version of Movie Maker isn't available for Windows XP. About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! Let me know Add comment Helpful +0 Report bluemountain 64Posts Wednesday December 24, 2008Registration date August 21, 2011 Last seen Dec 25, 2010 08:26AM Okay i ll let you know after

If you open the C:\Users\\AppData\Local folder in Windows Explorer (where is the name of the user profile under which you logged unto Vista), then right-click on the Temp http://fullflash.net/unspecified-error/unspecified-error-with-windows-dvd-maker.html It stays on C:\Documents and Setting\TerryW>_I noticed where you said this should appear: C:\Users\MyAccount_Name\AppData\LocalMine still has this > after my username and it will not go away, can't backspace it out. reader azmir said... Now?

I am so glad this worked. Dear Azmir, attrb is a DOS command. However, the command line is case-insensitive: the commands "DIR TEMP*", "dir temp*", and "Dir Temp*" are all the same and will get the same response (a list of all files and http://fullflash.net/unspecified-error/unspecified-error-on-windows-movie-maker.html See them please youtube.com/watch?v=KlcHgU-A_lA Add comment Helpful +0 Report Ambucias 32747Posts Monday February 1, 2010Registration date ModeratorStatus October 17, 2016 Last seen Dec 29, 2010 06:20AM Hello Blue Thank you for

Eliminating this attribute may or may not solve the problem of Windows Movie Maker not wanting to launch under Vista in your particular case. The presence of the R attribute is our main concern here.If there is no capital R in the response then your active Vista temp file may be elsewhere or Movie Maker Fortunately, the read-only status of the folder file itself doesn't seem to affect the read-write status of all the files in this folder (and any sub-folders) and thus all apps behave

So after I download this...you think movie maker should work or should I try to find a link to download it? 10-31-2012, 04:02 PM #20 joeten Microsoft-Team Manager Hardware

There obviously was an automatic update of some files at some > point after Jan. 19 '08... Ask and Ye shall receive.The following novice-level procedure simply changes the read-only attribute, if set, of the current Vista user's temp folder, i.e. But none of the > simple > solutions, like renaming the possibly corrupt collection file > (C:\Users\ name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Movie Maker\MEDIATAB1.DAT) in order to > generate > a new one at launch, And WMM was quietly disabled, until yesterday. > My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

What's New? Just to confirm that I got to the root of the problem, I tried the reverse, i.e. Question 1 Why would the user temp folder suddenly acquire a read-only attribute? have a peek at these guys what is the meaning of attrb -r +a...

http://ccm.net/download/s/movie%20maker Goodbye cruel world Add comment Helpful +0 Report bluemountain 64Posts Wednesday December 24, 2008Registration date August 21, 2011 Last seen Dec 30, 2010 08:48AM No you don't failed. This problem exists since i have my computer lol. Problem solved, yes, but this raises a few questions and begs putting down a few key observations. But note the phrase in parantheses to the right of the Read-only box: Only applies to files in folder.

Closing the dialog by clicking the > OK > button brought nothing further.