I just purchased PowerDirector 4 and installed it on my computer. This is what I should be use for my video editing task. So after installation, I click on it from the Start menu and then my screen went black followed with an error message:
PowerDirector can only run under 1024x768 High Color (16 bit) resolution or higher.
I am trying to stream video through HTTP with Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5. I am using the built-in player from FMS 4.5 and the Open Source Media Framework ActionScript library. But when I opened the HTTP_Manifest.fla from the Flash folder, the error below appears. Though clicking on OK will close the error, I still want to know why this occurred to avoid any problem in the future. Please help.
Failed to open document. /Users/tomgreen/Desktop/Part_06_FMS45/Exercise/Flash/OSMF.swc.
I am developing Pretashop locally but I can't make Dreamweaver to function with WAMP. I am installing my store locally to the Store directory but an error is showing as shown below. I configured the local root folder and the testing server folder as C:\wamp\www\store\ and leave the HTTP address blank. The URL prefix is configured as http://localhost/store. How can I fix this?
I got an error on opening Web Intelligence Report. And when I tried to modify this report, an internal error appears with error code 32070. Further research explains that this is due to the report being corrupted and needs to rebuild. But I don't exactly know how to do that. Can someone please help me with this?
Web Intelligence cannot perform the intended action on this document. (WIS 30650) (Error: INF)
I have a Photoshop file which I want to import to a Flash document. However, I am receiving error. I am importing the whole .psd file as a single image. I already check on the Photoshop Preferences and everything, yet I am still getting the error below. How can I resolve this issue?
Flash doesn't recognize the file format of 'Start02.psd'. Would you like to try import via QuickTime?
I am having an error 0029 on the CRM of my Amphis Software. It is also stating that an issue is preventing me from accessing the file with the given path. And it says, the file has been moved. I don't remember moving this file as I fear that it will be hard to access the doc file again. How can I be able to resolve this?
Error - there was a problem accessing this file: (error code 0029)
Z:\CRM\Documents\1\quote200502.doc has this file been moved.
I just want to say that I am new to SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) so I am a little confused on many things. I already grab apps information from MSIs but I am kind of lost on the next method. I already created the batch file and do the post installation setup. And then test each batch and it was fine with no issues and so on and so forth. At the end of the configuration, I've got an error as shown below:
Unable to make changes to your software
I have Nike+ Connect installed on my computer. I am trying to connect Nike+ FuelBand into it but it is showing error 23. I tried to uninstall Nike+ Connect and then reinstall it back, but it still cannot recognize my FuelBand. How can I fix this issue? The error message is attached below:
Nike+ Connect is having trouble recognizing your Nike+ FuelBand. Please click 'Get Help' below for simple troubleshooting tips. Code 23.
I just installed TV 8 on my Linux and it went successfully. Since then, it started to show error stating "TeamViewer Daemon is not running. Please start teamviewerd and then restart TeamViewer." The funny part is that I have no TeamViewer installed and I don't know how I can restart it if it doesn't exist. Please help.
I'm trying to install Teamviewer on my Debian. I followed the instructions given on the Teamviewer Help page. However, it is showing an error telling me that the Install Packages Files are not supported. I am using Dolphin browser if that will help. I attached the complete error message below. Please help me fix this issue as I need the Teamviewer for my business. Thanks.
Install Packages Files
Your current backend does not support installing files.