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ActiveMovie Class Not Registered

Posted on 1998-12-23
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After a power failure, I attempted to play an avi file with ActiveMovie and received the error message "Class Not Registered".  I receive the same message when attempting to play other types of video files with ActiveMovie.  However, Media Player is able to play these files without problems.  I reinstalled ActiveMovie from the Windows 95 install CD which supposedly rebuilt the registry, but still receive the same message.  I don't know which file to edit using regedit, and I wouldn't know what to change if I found the right file.  As a direct result of the power failure, I have no other file problems that I know of.  What is the solution?
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the step is to unistall and then reinstall if you , install it over it will give the same problem. trying to upgrade to media player 6. will solve it also. get it from Microsoft site.
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