|Today at 12:15 AM||Actions…Arantor » And yet again, I give someone too much credit for intelligence.|
|Yesterday at 08:17 PM||Actions…Anonchair » If you've got a different OS available (linux maybe) try viewing hidden files and if there's a Thumbs.db file on your HD, try deleting it|
|Yesterday at 08:15 PM||Actions…Anonchair » it's a temporary fix to the problem - that command is just a way of turning a certain step in the cause of the problem off. If you do have .AVI files on the harddrive, the actual cause are any 3rd party codecs used to generate thumbnail previews.|
|Yesterday at 07:45 PM||Actions…Nao » @Arantor> Actually, just saw that shmedia.dll doesn't exist in post-XP OSes...|
|Yesterday at 07:40 PM||Actions…Arantor » @Nao> Ahhh, just that as you'd mentioned it only happened with a Windows upgrade, I'd still wonder if it was related. Can you try it on some other hardware?|
|Yesterday at 07:36 PM||Actions…Nao » @Arantor> The PC doesn't boot when my HD is plugged in, meaning it's a hardware issue, more than a Windows problem...|
|Yesterday at 07:36 PM||Actions…Arantor » @Nao> regsvr32 is a tool I've not seen in too long.|
|Yesterday at 07:35 PM||Actions…Nao » @Anonchair> No, one of the first things I did with Win7 was to disable previews and things like that. I think that was through that regsvr32 command, too..!|
|Yesterday at 06:49 PM||Actions…Anonchair » @Nao> Got any video files on your external? Cause of the problem might be Explorer trying to preview thumbnails of .AVIs. Open a Run prompt and enter this to disable previews: regsvr32 /u shmedia.dll (or do it manually in Explorer's options)|
|Yesterday at 05:17 PM||Actions…Arantor » @Nao> Roll back the patches?|
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