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Windows 7: "No DLL were found in the Waterfall procedure" Finally SOLVED.

03 Jul 2013   #1

Windows 7 Home premium
 
 
"No DLL were found in the Waterfall procedure" Finally SOLVED.

I finally figured this one out.

I've seen lots of mention of this on various forums, but never a solution. The error is usually associated with some kind of 3rd party media player that suddenly stops working for no apparent reason.

The error is really annoying and apparently a huge pain to troubleshoot. I managed to fix it though through the power of dumb luck.

Did you have GoProCineformStudio installed?

Did you remove it?

Well, that was your problem.

Apparently the uninstaller for that program takes out more than it should when you uninstall it.

The thing is, when you reinstall it, the program puts it back.

I reinstalled GoProCineformStudio and have not had the issue since.

It's kind of annoying that I can't remove it without causing the issue again, but it's the only fix I've found that works. Every other thread about this I've seen has been unresolved.

So, if you're getting this error, try reinstalling GoProCineformStudio and it should clear up. If you've not had GoProCineformStudio in your system before I'm not sure if it will work. However, it might be worth a shot to try anyway. If not, think back to any 3rd party media players you uninstalled before the error popped up. Reinstalling whatever program it was might fix the error as that was likely what happened to that DLL file.

Good luck, it worked for me and I'm hopeful this will help others be rid of this irritating error message.

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16 Sep 2013   #2

Windows 7 SP1 x32
 
 

Thanks for the tip that lead me to the final solution. The error is caused because GoPro CineForm Studion version 121 removes ippsw7-6.1.dll from the operating system. The solution is to place ippsw7-6.1.dll in the directory

C:\Windows\System32

The attached file No DLLs in Waterfall Procedure.zip contains the missing ippsw7-6.1.dll.


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File Type: zip No DLLs in Waterfall Procedure.zip (1.20 MB, 439 views)
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23 Oct 2013   #3

Vista
 
 

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! That worked!
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23 Nov 2013   #4

64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lmicklus View Post
Thanks for the tip that lead me to the final solution. The error is caused because GoPro CineForm Studion version 121 removes ippsw7-6.1.dll from the operating system. The solution is to place ippsw7-6.1.dll in the directory

C:\Windows\System32

The attached file No DLLs in Waterfall Procedure.zip contains the missing ippsw7-6.1.dll.
Thanks you a lot you helped me +1
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27 Nov 2013   #5

Windows 7
 
 

The above did not work by itself, but doing this in addition did:

Note: I suggest you do not outright delete the DLLs below but save them somewhere just in case.



In some cases after installing GoPro Studio, other applications may report an error that states: "Error at loading if ippSP library - No DLLS were Found in the Waterfall procedure".

If this occurs the solution is to browse to: C:\Windows\SysWOW64 and then remove these files:
  1. ippcore-6.1
  2. ippj-6.1
  3. ippjw7-6 .. 1
  4. IPPS-6.1
  5. ippvc-6.1
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05 Dec 2013   #6

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

now that worked aaroux
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11 Dec 2013   #7

home premium x64
 
 
no dll were found in the Waterfall procedure

I know the original thread was back in July, but I just discovered that my webcam won't worked. I did the same thing, uninstalled the old version of GoPro studio. I was pleased to see your answer to the problem. So I downloaded your file. When I tried to use it I kept getting a 'Windows can't open this file' story. I'm an old boy so please don't moan at me too much. Can you describe how to use this file because I tried every way but it still doesn't work.

Thanks for your help

John
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11 Dec 2013   #8

home premium x64
 
 

I followed aaroux's work-round and it worked perfectly. I saved the deleted files on a usb stick as suggested, just in case it didn't work. I spent many hours of heartache trying to make it work, and now I'm a happy man, Thanks to all!

John
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15 Dec 2013   #9

Alabama
 
 
No DLLs in the Waterfall...

I too downloaded the dll 'ippsw7-6.1.dll' and it did not correct my problem; however I followed aaroux's work-round and that fixed it for me. I had previously installed the GoPro studio and since upgraded it to 2.0 so it may have removed something during the upgrade. Thank you all for your input!!!
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25 Dec 2013   #10

windows 8 64 bit
 
 

Thanks, all for the fix!
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