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  1. #1 ANy Video Converter keeps crashing Windows Explorer 
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    Hi guys

    i use any video converter to convert/ encode to different formats because not only is it FREE it also is pretty darn good.

    Recently when i tried to encode using X264 format it converts OK but when you move your mouse over it or if the file converted is in a folder and you move your mouse over the folder it INSTANTLY crashes WINDOWS EXPLORER. Thus you cannot get rid of it even in SAFE MODE.

    Well i thought it was a trjoan/virus so i actually formatted my C drive and reinstalled everything including a newly downloaded version of ANY VIDEO CONVERTER 3.0.5 but to no avail the problems still exist.

    Any know what's going on?? I have scanned my whole system for virus and trojans with AVG and Ad Aware
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    Valued Member Illusionist's Avatar Greece
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    it happened to me few days ago too. when it crashed windows explorer, i was converting rmvb to avi but i don't think the converting process had to do anything with it cause at that time it was the first time that i put so many vids for convertion in the program's list alltogether (around 20) so i'm just guessing maybe that's what caused the crash. maybe it's a bug or smth...
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    Junior Member maxice's Avatar Black-private
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    Dunno if this helps, but it sounds like a permissions problem

    Try this, if you're on Windows:
    1. Go up one level to the folder above the one that's giving you the error
    2. Right click this folder
    3. select Sharing & Security
    4. select the Security tab
    5. Click the Advanced button
    6. in the first Permissions tab, select the administrator or your logged in user name
    7. check the 2nd box which begins with "Replace permission entries..."
    8. Press OK on the window, and the one below

    hope it works...

    And maybe try VLC player as an alternative. It has an option to convert, but i've never used it

    Cheers
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    ta very much our kids

    i'll give it a go like
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