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Windows 7: Explorer Crashes When Viewing .mkv files (thumbnails)


02 Jan 2012   #11

windows xp sp3(32bit)
 
 
solved video thumbnails error

hi guys even i was suffering from the same problem but i got the solution

solution:
open "my computer"
goto "tools"->"folder options"
under "view" tab
click "apply to all folders"


this will solve your problems. Whenever you open a folder with video file in it, it will be viewed as tiled and you won't get any such error.

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02 Jan 2012   #12

windows xp sp3(32bit)
 
 

hi guys even i was suffering from the same problem but i got the solution

solution:
open "my computer"
goto "tools"->"folder options"
under "view" tab
click "apply to all folders"


this will solve your problems. Whenever you open a folder with video file in it, it will be viewed as tiled and you won't get any such error.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
25 Sep 2012   #13

California
 
 
My Fix

Hi, I was having the same problem, my Explorer was crashing if I even just highlighted an .mkv file. I finally figured it had to do with divx which had defaulted to open my mkv files and I couldn't change it because everytime I tried Explorer would crash. I finally changed the default program through control panel, and it could play the file but would still crash when opening the file. So I went and uninstalled divx player and voila! Explorer doesn't crash anymore and now I can run mkv files. So I'd check to see if you have divx player installed then uninstall it.
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