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DVD Shrink Program Won't Start

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by baken19, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. baken19

    baken19 Member

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    I downloaded it yesterday and was lookign around in the program, now when I go to run it, it doenst run.

    When i double click the logo on the desktop the hour glass shows for a second then is gone and nothing happens, Ive tried reinstalling it, and still the same thing
     
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    cynthia_ Regular member

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    Make sure you have ASPI installed and DirectX 9.0c installed.
     
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    ScubaPete Senior member

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    Hi bakin19,

    Try this -

    Go to "Start", then "All Programs", then go to "DVD Shrink" then to DVD Shrink 3.2 and "Double-click" on that.

    You said you uninstalled DVD Shrink and reinstalled it - when you uninstalled it, did you do it from here OR did you do it from Add and Remove Programs ??

    We'll need the specs on your PC to help and further -

    We'll be waiting to hear from you -

    Pete
     
  4. oasis

    oasis Guest

    Same problem here starting dvd shrink 3.2.I`ve installed latest aspi +directx 9.0.The program started the first time i`ve installed it,but afterwards the hourglass blinks for two seconds and nothing happens!Anyone got a solution???
     
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    cynthia_ Regular member

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    Done a virus check?
     
  6. cynthia_

    cynthia_ Regular member

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    Funny - you can't delete your messages...
     
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