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Giga Pocket Runtime error on PCV-RS530G

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by PleazHelp, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. PleazHelp

    PleazHelp Member

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    Recently reset my computer back to factory settings after having problems with click to dvd. Now I have this Microsoft Visual C++ Error after i start Giga Pocket Tv-Setup Wizard. It asks for a password to set up network connection, which isn't even that necessary for me; then the error comes up after i enter it. Would like to not re-install all these programs i have just put back on so any ideas will be greatly helpful.
     
  2. venomX05

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    Hey PleazHelp,

    While I don't know a thing about the Giga Pocket TV-Setup, this might steer you in the right direction...

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/forum_view.cfm/2

    In the future, if you have any type of question about software for video and stuff, I think the is the area that you should post in.

    Hope this helps!

    ;)
     
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    Thankz Venom, Cool animation from Marvel vs Capcom too :) I just re-installed the program off the recovery disk for the second time and it worked fine, must have conflicted with something installed after it. Thanks for the reply tho
     
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    No problem...anytime!

    Thank you...thank you...I am definately like it!!! LOL!!! ;)

    That's great to hear, good that you got it working again. It is always a good idea to keep those recovery disks, because you never know when you are going to need them.

    That is a very good possibility. You might want to run a program called Registry Mechanic. You can get it at PCWORLD.COM, in their download section.

    No problem!

    ;)
     

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