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Windows Live Movie Maker Wont Start!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by system366, Jan 4, 2013.

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    system366 Thread Starter

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    Trying to use Windows Live Movie maker on Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 (With all latest Windows Updates) and it keeps telling me it cant start (Note: It does not give me an Error Code)

    I figured it was the graphics driver not being up to date as i have heard of this problem many times before in Win7 and Vista x64 based systems so i updated my driver even tho my version was above the bug list. Also my Card is fully compatible with Dx9 up to 11 and have never had problems with compatibility in dx9/10/11 on anything before.

    After rebooting Movie Maker worked just fine and perfectly smooth and i made a full 1 hour length video and rendered it and uploaded to YouTube without any problems what so ever.

    As soon as i closed Movie Maker and tried to re-open it it again would not work (Yet worked after rebooting again but once closed would not re-open) So I'm having to reboot every time i want to use WLMM if i close it after i first open it.

    Any help on this issue?

    All possible relevant specifications are in the screenshots attached to this post

    Also its the latest version of WLMM as i tried to re-install it hoping that would fix the problem but still the same unfortunately

    Thanks in advance for any help provided

    -Jess-
     

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    No one have any ideas on how to fix this? :(
     
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