N/APosted on - 04/04/2012
I need your expertise. I use Extreme Movie Manager to manage my hundreds of movies that I have stored in my disk. Then, the software crashed while I was using it. I suspect that the cause was when by batteries got drained and when my PC suddenly turned off while I was using the software. Anyway, I tried reinstalling the software but I got this error message (see below). I really didn’t know what to do next. I had to search the internet for resolutions but couldn’t find one. Please help. I hope you can provide a set of simple steps since I am not the techie.
Thanks in advance.
eXtreme Movie Manager.exe – Fatal error
CLR error: 80004005.
The program will now terminate
Experts needed to solve my XMM predicament on CLR error: 80004005
If you already reinstalled extreme Movie Manager and this is what you get after doing it, I think the system suffered an error in the file system that is causing problems to applications. Uninstall extreme Movie Manager again then check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like Norton SystemWorks, PC Tools Performance Toolkit, or Norton Utilities. These tools are very reliable in checking different errors in the hard drive’s file system. Install extreme Movie Manager back after the disk check.
Restart your work again and see if you still receive the message. If the problem is still there, download and install Revo Uninstaller Pro at http://www.revouninstaller.com/. Use this application to uninstall extreme Movie Manager and remove any remnants of the application. Install it again afterwards. If the problem seems to have no solution, try upgrading your version to extreme Movie Manager 220.127.116.11. This may solve the problem. Download it at http://www.binaryworks.it/extrememoviemanager/download.aspx.