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Windows 7: Firefox Quicktime Plugin

25 Sep 2009   #11
Criminal Fetus

Windows 7 7600RTM X64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post

how far back does this problem go? first event in this list was an MSI instalaler, and a VSS backup.

I assume you dont have a backup to restore from given the errors in the event log.

is there anything on the drive that you cant live without if you were to do a clean install?

Like i said ever since i updated my famework to 4 beta and installed the new win installer then updated my sql and visual stuff everything went whack. but nah there's really nothing on here i care too much about, considering everything on my computer is just a click away if ya get my drift lol. I was considering a clean install but i figured i'd wait til i get some more advice and perhaps a fix. i guess i'll go ahead and do that then. anything i shouldn't install? can i go back to the net framework 4? or maybe something more stable like 3.5? i don't think i'll bother updating my installer package unless prompted too this time :)

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25 Sep 2009   #12

Win 8 Release candidate 8400


what I would do is a clean install. No surprise there. I would get acronis and do an immediate back up of the system. then you can add, add, add, and if something breaks it you know what it is and can be back in original state in 30 minutes.

the first event id error was an MSI installer which may have been the net framework. I dont know but IM sure you are tired of it crashing on you

let us know if you need something

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25 Sep 2009   #13

Windows 7 32bit RTM

on chrome it automatically downloads a file called pop.mp3 -_-;
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25 Sep 2009   #14
Criminal Fetus

Windows 7 7600RTM X64

Great success! Everything is peachy and my CS4 is working! I was even able to use the plugin on this thread!
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