Nvcpl.dll error when watching DVD’s

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Hello everyone.

I am in situation to need some help. Whenever I try to watch a DVD on my laptop the program crashes. Now I am using Windows Media Player 11 and InterVideo Software with MPEG-2 Decoders, and I am facing an error message that tells me that the nvcpl.dll is responsible of the crash. This is the Picture of the error message.

 

Error Signature

AppName: windvd.exe AppVer:8.0.6.72 ModName: appaio.dll

ModVer: 8.0.6.72 Offset: 00017c0b

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Nvcpl.dll error when watching DVD’s

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Hello Alexander Mitchell,

Thanks for sharing your problem with us, nvcpl.dll errors are caused by situations that lead to the removal or corruption of the nvcpl DLL file .In some cases, nvcpl.dll errors could indicate a registry problem. You can solve this problem by one of following ways:

1. Restore the system to a previous date.

2. Run a virus scan for the entire program.

3. Update the hardware drivers.

4. Run the scannow system file checker command.

5. Try to repair the registry with the help of a registry tool.

I hope this will work for you.

Thanks.

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