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quicktimeh264.qtx error in browser

quicktimeh264.qtx error in browser

quicktimeh264.qtx error in browser

(OP)
When I try to goto the Apple Trailers page I get an error and my browsers shut down. This problem happens on a few of my computers. The thing is that everthing worked fine only a few days ago on all computers.

Here is the error codes for the two browsers I use:

AppName: crazy browser.exe     AppVer: 3.0.0.0     ModName: quicktimeh264.qtx
ModVer: 7.0.3.50     Offset: 00012ec0


AppName: iexplore.exe     AppVer: 7.0.5730.11     ModName: quicktimeh264.qtx
ModVer: 7.0.3.50     Offset: 00012ec0

RE: quicktimeh264.qtx error in browser

(OP)
I belive the problem lies in Real Alternative 1.48 (or any other version). All my PC's have this except one, which is the only one where the browser doesn't crash. So on the one without Real Alternative, which is working fine, I install Real Alternative. Now that PC's browser is crashing like all the rest. Now I uninstall Real Alternative and I get a ntdll.dll error. So I download ntdll.dll and put it in the Windows System directory. I go back into the browser and get the quicktimeh264.qtx error again.

Anyways it seems that Real Alternative is the problem but now I can't fix the browser crash even after uninstalling Real Alternative.

RE: quicktimeh264.qtx error in browser

(OP)
I uninstalled Real Alternative, uninstalled Quicktime then reinstalled Quicktime and that solved the problem on all but one PC. It just happens to be that the one problem PC is the one I need things to really work on.

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