File Corrupted error!

Discussion in 'AnyDVD' started by shakumdown, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    OK... we're gonna need an expert to look at that log and see what the conflicting software might be here... :)

  2. mike_r

    mike_r Moderator (de)

    What's the driver angel2.sys ?
  3. Clams

    Clams Well-Known Member

    It might be better if (in that failure popup) AnyDVD also reported what was trying to hook onto the AnyDVD process.
    It would put an end to all this sleuthing for the offending process.

  4. BryceJ

    BryceJ New Member

    Angel2.sys is the driver for Lumanate Angel TV tuner.

    That is the TV tuner card that Dell was using at the time my machine was built.
  5. BryceJ

    BryceJ New Member

    I have been out of town for the last week, and I was surprised that there has been no update to this thread.

    Is there anything else I can do to get to the bottom of this issue?
  6. mtan11

    mtan11 Guest

    Mark Tan

    Hi, Im still experiencing this problem thats why I always looking for this thread and keep updated. Thanks for those people who keep posting and helping.
  7. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    Well as it's your first post here we have no idea what may be causing this issue on your particular system. You'll need to post a logfile if you want any help. As you will have read there are different programs that seem to cause the issue and some of them have been fixed, but without a logfile we have no idea what may be causing the issue on your system
  8. Peer

    Peer SlySoft Development Team Staff Member

    For some reason, nobody here seemed to have notices this little thing in your log:

    AppInit DLLs 64bit 0: acaptuser32.dll

    AppInit_dlls entries are usually there to hook into arbitrary applications.
    Do you know what that DLL is? 90% sure, it's that.

    You really NEED to post a log file - otherwise just monitoring this thread will not make you any happier :)
  9. Daemon

    Daemon Well-Known Member

    I am pretty sure this DLL belongs to the 3D capture crap that is part of Adobe Acrobat 3D or Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Extended.
  10. James

    James SlySoft Development Team Staff Member

    ... or some clever malware using the same file name.
  11. Frank

    Frank SlySoft Support Team

    In addition...

    1. Can you install the latest beta for AnyDVD? I'd be a lot happier if we were all on the same page.

    2. The DLL Peer mentions is likely part of an Adobe productfor "3D Capture".
    Do you indeed have that installed?
  12. mwoodman

    mwoodman New Member


    I've bought anydvd recently for my new laptop and it keeps coming up with the File Corrupted Error when i attempt to install it..

    I have attached the log, as requested.

    Thanks, Miles

    Attached Files:

  13. Frank

    Frank SlySoft Support Team

    A driver problem

    C:\Windows\SysWOW64\nvinit.dll on your machine is running too close to our process. Roll-back that driver. We will not run AnyDVD with strange DLLs hanging on the APPINIT value in the registry

    1) Hit F8 key at start of boot-up & choose 'Safe mode'.
    2) Go to: Control panel> Uninstall program, then uninstall all Nvidia
    drivers. (disable the Nvidia card in Device manager before doing this,
    but you may not need to).
    3) Go to: Control panel> Device manager. Open Nvidia card's properties
    window, then driver details tab. If any driver files remain, go to the
    folders(s) displayed & delete them manually. This will ensure that only the
    driver you are about to install will be assigned to the card.
    4) Re-boot in normal mode.
    5) Download driver version, dated 30 Nov 11, works for me.
    Downloaded from your laptop/PC website. May vary depending on your machine.
    6) Install, then reboot when prompted.
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