Quick Time Initialization Error
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latest QuickTime Player Make sure the latest version of QuickTime is installed. Firewall configuration Make sure your firewall is configured to flow that QuickTime can transport. In general, your operating system will inform you that QuickTime will be blocked by the firewall and give you the option to allow it. Check your QuickTime installation Try some other QuickTime streaming media to ensure that your player works. If the video does not load, this indicates a problem with your QuickTime installation and not necessarily just with the https://forum.blackmagicdesign.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=38658 Course LLC Materials. If you can play other QuickTime media, but still can not listen to the LLC course materials, do the following tips. Mac OS X only: Configure QuickTime plug-in for your browser All Apple OS X computers come with QuickTime installed and preconfigured functions, but in some cases it is necessary ensure that it's QuickTime plug-in configured properly to work with http://quicktime-download.info/troubleshooting.htm your web browser. First Open a terminal window. (Usually found under Applications | Utilities) Second Enter the following command and press Enter: cp-r / Library / Internet \ Plug-Ins/QuickTime * ~ / Library / Internet \ Plug-Ins / Windows only: Configure QuickTime to start in Safe Mode On some Windows machines, you may need to configure QuickTime to run in safe mode. First Start ->Control Panel -> Advanced QuickTime Windows only: Setting up a new account Occasionally, QuickTime on Windows machines problems are due to problems with the user profile. So if you have already tried Re-installing QuickTime and configured to run in safe mode, you create a new user profile. Conflict of software and system tools The existence of some third-party System Services and Startup Items can lead to error when installing QuickTime player, because they will lead to conflict. Some of these entrepreneurial projects including qttask and iTunesHelper, both the computer starts to start automatically. In order to prevent the boot loader, disable the System Configuration Utility window they. Once they are disabled, they are no longer running in the Task Manager process, in or
Initiaize Error #0 Resolved 3Comments Published September 6th, 2009 in Monkey Tech. I started to get this http://www.100monkeys.org/2009/09/06/firefox-and-quicktime-failed-to-initiaize-error-0-resolve/ really annoying error every time I went to page that had https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/21833954/Firefox-QuickTime-failed-to-initialize-Error-0.html a Quicktime .mov embedded in it while using FireFox: QuickTime failed to initialize. Error #0 Turning to Google (the modern equivalent of asking my dad which would usually evoke a "look in the dictionary/encyclopedia"), I found several helpful tidbits that didn't help. quick time One bit of advice called for uninstalling Quicktime, using Microsoft's Windows Installer Cleanup (which was useless since there were no remnants of Quicktime left to clean), restarting then reinstalling Quicktime. No luck. Same problem. The next solution was to go to Control Panel->Quicktime->Browser Tab->MIME Types and reset that. No luck. Same problem. The quick time initialization third solution has too many specific steps to paraphrase: 1. Close Firefox or Mozilla Suite. 2. Delete all "npqtplugin*.dll" files (npqtplugin.dll, npqtplugin2.dll, etc.) from your browser's installation directory plugins folder. 3. Delete all "npqtplugin*.dll" files from the Quicktime plugins folder (usually C:\Program Files\QuickTime\Plugins). 4. Go to "Start -> Control Panel -> Quicktime -> Browser (tab) -> Mime Settings" and reselect your preferred media types. If you still have problems, close Firefox or Mozilla Suite, open the "Mozilla" or "Firefox" folder in the profile folder location and delete the file "pluginreg.dat" Then, while reading through a bunch of search results, I happened to read a summary that mentioned a different problem with Firefox when set in compatibility mode. I suddenly remembered that I changed this setting because of performance issues with Firefox. Righ-click Firefox's Alias, Go to Compatibility Tab, Uncheck "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and… Fixed! Phew! 3 Responses to "Firefox and Quicktime Failed to
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