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02/08/2013 15:53:45

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Cannot find Muvizu.dll is an extremely generic error - although it is generally caused by some Windows software being out-of-date/incompatible.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


Went there ... checked it out.. compared to what is installed... we are up to date.

Computer: AMD A-10 5700 10 gigs RAM, HD Radeon 7660D. /* Win 8 Pro */ HD 1080p ASUS 24in Monitor

Some one else suggested above we uninstall Net Framework and Reinstall.. been there done that. No go.

Thank you for the feedback glasgowjim.
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02/08/2013 16:01:49

EagleII
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I read a thread where some one suggested one move a copy of the Muvizu.dll ( dynamic linked lib ) to the system directory(s)

\win\system
\win\system32
\win\sysWOW64

Can't hurt... later today will reinstall the 64b version and test this theory.
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04/08/2013 21:51:11

arobin
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I tried this as well, still nothing happening any differently. Same error message.
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05/08/2013 03:30:53

EagleII
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arobin wrote:
I tried this as well, still nothing happening any differently. Same error message.


Coming from the old school of DOS ( WE saw the IBM/MS DOS Wars ) I have one more thing to try ( and suggest ) before I throw my hands up.. I can fire muvizu via a batch file with an environment variable preceding the *.exe call that puts muvizu.dll in the environment path... or just add c:\windows\SysWOW64\Muvizu.dll ( if it's in there and 64bit ) to the environment variables. Else 32bit c:\windows\system32\muvizu.dll or point to the muvizu install dir. 32 or 64 bit ( if it resides there )

I won't get into batch files and commands... they used to be my toys before windows ( I have Windows 1st version on 5." floppy's )
Lets go into the path statement below.

To setup PATH in Windows 8:
Run Control Panel in Windows 8's Metro UI
Click More Settings in Control... on the left.
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Search "Environment Variables" in Control Panel, and click "Edit the system environment variables"
Click on "Environment Variables..."
Scroll down and highlight the "edit path" items.

add "C:\Program Files\Muvizu ( if 64 bit )

add "C:\Program Files (x86)\Muvizu ( if 32 bit )

Click OK and finish... reboot.

If that doesn't work and the DLL is in that folder after \Muvizu (add) \muvizu.dll

ie: C:\32 or 64 path above\Muvizu\muvizu.dll

I haven't had time to try yet... other than.... over 65 years old and just having a blast on The Web..
Later

ps: Confused: Google "Environment Variables" in your version of Windows ( or other )
edited by EagleII on 05/08/2013
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05/08/2013 06:16:46

arobin
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You are way over my head...btw, I am using win 7 home edition
arobin

EagleII wrote:
arobin wrote:
I tried this as well, still nothing happening any differently. Same error message.


Coming from the old school of DOS ( WE saw the IBM/MS DOS Wars ) I have one more thing to try ( and suggest ) before I throw my hands up.. I can fire muvizu via a batch file with an environment variable preceding the *.exe call that puts muvizu.dll in the environment path... or just add c:\windows\SysWOW64\Muvizu.dll ( if it's in there and 64bit ) to the environment variables. Else 32bit c:\windows\system32\muvizu.dll or point to the muvizu install dir. 32 or 64 bit ( if it resides there )

I won't get into batch files and commands... they used to be my toys before windows ( I have Windows 1st version on 5." floppy's )
Lets go into the path statement below.

To setup PATH in Windows 8:
Run Control Panel in Windows 8's Metro UI
Click More Settings in Control... on the left.
====
Search "Environment Variables" in Control Panel, and click "Edit the system environment variables"
Click on "Environment Variables..."
Scroll down and highlight the "edit path" items.

add "C:\Program Files\Muvizu ( if 64 bit )

add "C:\Program Files (x86)\Muvizu ( if 32 bit )

Click OK and finish... reboot.

If that doesn't work and the DLL is in that folder after \Muvizu (add) \muvizu.dll

ie: C:\32 or 64 path above\Muvizu\muvizu.dll

I haven't had time to try yet... other than.... over 65 years old and just having a blast on The Web..
Later

ps: Confused: Google "Environment Variables" in your version of Windows ( or other )
edited by EagleII on 05/08/2013
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24/12/2013 14:03:02

daochi
daochi
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Did anyone ever come up with a fix for this? I downloaded Muvizu yesterday and was very disappointed that it doesn't work on my setup, nor seemingly on many others. I'm running a HP laptop with Win7 64-bit, fully updated, and have tried all the suggestions here - uninstall/re-install, copy the dlls to /system32 etc etc. Still the same error.
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24/12/2013 14:59:00

fazz68
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Dunno if this will help
http://www.muvizu.com/forum/topic3071-unable-to-load-muvizudll-exception-0x8007007e.aspx
i had trouble installing muvizu on my windows 8 laptop and tried the solution in the thread ive linked above. i found the directx sdk on the microsoft downloads web site and installed it and muvizu runs ok now. like i say dunno if it will help but its worth a try.
edited by fazz68 on 24/12/2013
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25/12/2013 22:51:18

daochi
daochi
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fazz68 wrote:
Dunno if this will help
http://www.muvizu.com/forum/topic3071-unable-to-load-muvizudll-exception-0x8007007e.aspx
i had trouble installing muvizu on my windows 8 laptop and tried the solution in the thread ive linked above. i found the directx sdk on the microsoft downloads web site and installed it and muvizu runs ok now. like i say dunno if it will help but its worth a try.
edited by fazz68 on 24/12/2013


Thanks fazz68, ran the SDK instal and it seems to have fixed the problem
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26/12/2013 02:45:09

fazz68
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no problem, glad it worked but it was this muvizers solution
http://www.muvizu.com/Profile/homemade/Latest/
so cheers Homemade Toast
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05/04/2014 14:18:35

Andi10
Andi10
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I try all this,but no effect
Is there any other solution for windows XP??
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30/05/2014 19:52:38

dgeorgina
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Installing an updated version of DirectX fixed the problem for me, as well.
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