Messages in this topic - RSS

Home ? Tech Help ? Can't find muvizu.dll

pages: 1 2 | the topic is closed
17/07/2013 20:58:30

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
Just installed your latest 64bit version ...
AMD A-10 10 gigs RAM, HD Radeon Video / HD Audio

When Muvizu goes to fire up error: can't find Muvizu.dll

I checked the install folder \program files\Muvizu Play\Binaries64 and there within it sits.

I also found it in \program files\Muvizu Play\Engine\Binaries64

Just a heads up...

Eagle II
Over 65 years old and still having fun on the web and with Muvizu.
permalink
17/07/2013 21:03:00

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
An error occured: Unable to load DLL 'Muvizu.dll': The Specified module
could not be found. Exception from HRESULT: 0X8007007E


I tried to fire the executable from both locations above.. nada. Will uninstall and try again.

ps: Windows 8 Pro ( sorry forgot that above - senility )
permalink
17/07/2013 21:07:41

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
MrDrWho13
Posts: 2221
Yeah, uninstalling and re-installing usually fixes this, providing you tick all the boxes at the end.
permalink
17/07/2013 21:12:18

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
MrDrWho13 wrote:
Yeah, uninstalling and re-installing usually fixes this, providing you tick all the boxes at the end.


Didn't fix.. same error message... let me drop down to the 32 bit version.. ( though prefer to play in the 64 bit box ) and see if the same/same happens. I left these ticked first try then I un-ticked the 3 add on items to see if that may have been a problem. Didn't make a difference. same/same message. All three ( short cut, run..et al ) were left ticked ... I assume thats what you meant.
permalink
17/07/2013 21:17:32

MrDrWho13Muvizu mogulExperimental user
MrDrWho13
Posts: 2221
EagleII wrote:
All three ( short cut, run..et al ) were left ticked ... I assume thats what you meant.

No, I meant the directx framework and that stuff.
permalink
17/07/2013 21:39:06

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
MrDrWho13 wrote:
EagleII wrote:
All three ( short cut, run..et al ) were left ticked ... I assume thats what you meant.

No, I meant the directx framework and that stuff.



Initially I did leave them ticked.. on reinstall, un-ticked. My computer was already up to date with 4 framework, DirectX and VietCong Runtime..
despite, the initial try I left ticked and went through the install... on try two un-ticked as I thought it may have been the problem.

Enjoy..

edited by EagleII on 17/07/2013
permalink
17/07/2013 21:56:14

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
Win 8 pro says... NOPE, 32bit can not be run on this computer. Tried installing as Admin. Nope Tried in compat mode, Nope.

Guess thats it..

Thanks for all the work you do on muvizu... we appreciate.. even if we can't use it now.

Best

A quickie I did for a friends book... ( I was going to try and do an animated muvizu with a mac-v-sog theme not only for the book, but for all the operators who made the trip. )

permalink
17/07/2013 22:06:12

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
Ran the compat mode trouble shooter and it took me back to winXP service pack 3... and now installing...32bit.

Just finished..

Damn... same error message...

Thanks again and MrDrWho13 thanks for the feedback.

Best
permalink
17/07/2013 22:11:24

Dwarf
Dwarf
Posts: 133
Check if you microsoft.net is up to date. I had the same problem than you, and I resolved it by uninstalled Microsoft.net and install it again.

I wish it helped you
permalink
17/07/2013 22:12:08

Dwarf
Dwarf
Posts: 133
PS: welcome to Muvizu
permalink
18/07/2013 14:01:07

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
Dwarf wrote:
Check if you microsoft.net is up to date. I had the same problem than you, and I resolved it by uninstalled Microsoft.net and install it again.

I wish it helped you


Thank you Dwarf. What version of windows do you use?

I could set up virtualization technology on 8 Pro but if XP is the only mode Muvizu runs well in, it won't work as Hyper‑V replaces Windows Virtual PC that was part of Windows 7, but doesn't include Windows XP Mode.

Here is an MS primer in case you are unfamiliar with the above feature.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh846766.aspx
edited by EagleII on 18/07/2013
permalink
18/07/2013 14:04:01

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
Dwarf wrote:
PS: welcome to Muvizu



Thank you Dwarf for the Hello and Welcome..

Best

ps: Here's a grin for you I just put up on YouTube..
Don't Mess With Texas Granny's

edited by EagleII on 18/07/2013
permalink
18/07/2013 14:16:20

Dwarf
Dwarf
Posts: 133
EagleII wrote:
Dwarf wrote:
Check if you microsoft.net is up to date. I had the same problem than you, and I resolved it by uninstalled Microsoft.net and install it again.

I wish it helped you


Thank you Dwarf. What version of windows do you use?

I could set up virtualization technology on 8 Pro but if XP is the only mode Muvizu runs well in, it won't work as Hyper‑V replaces Windows Virtual PC that was part of Windows 7, but doesn't include Windows XP Mode.

Here is an MS primer in case you are unfamiliar with the above feature.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh846766.aspx
edited by EagleII on 18/07/2013


I'm actually using a pc with Windows 7 (64 bits) and it works well !
permalink
18/07/2013 14:19:41

Dwarf
Dwarf
Posts: 133
EagleII wrote:
Dwarf wrote:
PS: welcome to Muvizu



Thank you Dwarf for the Hello and Welcome..

Best

ps: Here's a grin for you I just put up on YouTube..
Don't Mess With Texas Granny's

edited by EagleII on 18/07/2013


You're looking like a very nice and cool man
permalink
02/08/2013 04:41:11

arobin
arobin
Posts: 4
I am having the same problem opening Muvizu, I have tried installing 2x with same result after having uninstalled the first. An error has occurred: Unable to load DLL'Muvizu.dll': The Specified module cound not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E) I have Win 7 home edition I cannot follow all that was said to Dwarf. Please help.
permalink
02/08/2013 06:17:30

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
arobin wrote:
I am having the same problem opening Muvizu, I have tried installing 2x with same result after having uninstalled the first. An error has occurred: Unable to load DLL'Muvizu.dll': The Specified module cound not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E) I have Win 7 home edition I cannot follow all that was said to Dwarf. Please help.


I gave up trying to install on win 8 pro. When I was on 7 it worked fine. When you install on 7, right click over the *.exe file and choose install as admin. That is how we got it up and hot on 7.
permalink
02/08/2013 06:39:37

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
EagleII wrote:
arobin wrote:
I am having the same problem opening Muvizu, I have tried installing 2x with same result after having uninstalled the first. An error has occurred: Unable to load DLL'Muvizu.dll': The Specified module cound not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E) I have Win 7 home edition I cannot follow all that was said to Dwarf. Please help.


I gave up trying to install on win 8 pro. When I was on 7 it worked fine. When you install on 7, right click over the *.exe file and choose install as admin. That is how we got it up and hot on 7.



MS Says: HRESULT error could be a VC error
edited by EagleII on 02/08/2013
permalink
02/08/2013 06:44:41

EagleII
EagleII
Posts: 18
a discussion on the issue:
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/337593/DLL-Dependency-Viewer-or-How-To-Fix-Exception-Unab

and more decent chatter on the issue.. so who ever is having this problem know, you are not alone and it is not isolated to Muvizu
http://code.google.com/p/opencvdotnet/issues/detail?id=1
edited by EagleII on 02/08/2013
permalink
02/08/2013 06:57:10

arobin
arobin
Posts: 4
Yeah, I uninstalled yet a 3rd time with Revo Uninstaller and then tried again, right clicking and installing as administrator and same story...sad.
permalink
02/08/2013 09:47:46

glasgowjim
glasgowjim
Posts: 698
Cannot find Muvizu.dll is an extremely generic error - although it is generally caused by some Windows software being out-of-date/incompatible.

If you go to this page on the Wiki and try installing the software listed hopefully it will get Muvizu up and running on your machine:

http://muvizu.com/Wiki/wiki/53/drivers-and-other-system-software
permalink
pages: 1 2 | the topic is closed

Home ? Tech Help ? Can't find muvizu.dll