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Windows 7: Urgent help with Quicktime player...anybody?

04 Jan 2011   #1
labecs

Windows 7
 
 
Urgent help with Quicktime player...anybody?

I have been working on a project for a couple of days using QT videos with no problem. Today, when I tried to open my QT Player, nothing happened! I can see the QT icon in the task bar below, but the windows does not open at all. I tried reinstalling, and nothing. I can't use another program (that I know of) because I actually need special media keys for these videos. I don't know what to do!!
I tried restarting in safe mode, and there's no problem there, the window opens fine, but then I can't use the DVD player. I'm sooo lost. Please help me?


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04 Jan 2011   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by labecs View Post
I have been working on a project for a couple of days using QT videos with no problem. Today, when I tried to open my QT Player, nothing happened! I can see the QT icon in the task bar below, but the windows does not open at all. I tried reinstalling, and nothing. I can't use another program (that I know of) because I actually need special media keys for these videos. I don't know what to do!!
I tried restarting in safe mode, and there's no problem there, the window opens fine, but then I can't use the DVD player. I'm sooo lost. Please help me?

Since it works in safe mode but not normal boot it is probably just a configuration issue or driver. Have you tired un-installing Qtime and re-installing it?
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04 Jan 2011   #3
labecs

Windows 7
 
 

I actually uninstalled and reinstalled many times already hoping for a different result.... (pathetic, uh?) However, I managed to open the program window in safe mode, but i got no sound. I uninstalled again and reinstalled but the next time I tried safe mode it didn't work at all. I also disabled all services in msconfig, and nothing. I am going crazy. I had to install some special media keys to be able to watch this videos. Is there another program that I can use with those media keys? Does it have to me Quicktime?
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