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invalid floading point operation

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by hanah232, Apr 17, 2008.

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  1. hanah232

    hanah232 Thread Starter

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    i am trying to install cucusoft video converter and when i go to install it a box pops up with "invalid floading point operation". any ideas how to stop this happening? by the way i dont know much when it comes to computers so good luck
     
  2. tacoman359

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    You mean "invalid floating point operation," right? You might have a corrupt file. Try downloading the file again. If that doesn't work, there are alternatives to Cucusoft Video Converter, depending on what you are using it for.
     
  3. hanah232

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    ive tryed downloading it in loads of ways. and i use it to convert avi files to mp4 for my iPod. and the same message comes up
     
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  5. hanah232

    hanah232 Thread Starter

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    would you have to pay for that, as i already bought the cucusoft thing
     
  6. tacoman359

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    It's free.
     
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