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vhelp 08-17-2003 11:49 AM

VirtualDub: BinkW32.dll error message, how to fix?
 
Hi peoples..

Basically, I'm trying to fix my 2nd pc Encoding setup. I'm almost their :!:
This way, I can test encodes and things, while still doing others, even if my
MAIN pc crashes (which happens all more too often in a day)


I keep getting this error message dialogbox that pops up..

--------------------------------------------
BinkW32.dll is incorrectly installed windows system directory
--------------------------------------------

Everytime I start vdub and then Load in a source (any kind) this message
pops up. But, the after pressing [OK] button, video displays. I know it has
something to do w/ a CODEC I installed, but even after uninstalling it, as
I understood it, this message keeps on poping up anyways.

Is there any other way of getting rid of it ??
.reg perhaps.. I don't :(

Does anybody know what

jorel 08-17-2003 12:03 PM

hey vhelp,
i use win98se(Brasil)...you know that.
i did a search in all my drive c: and
:arrow: i don't have this file :!:

but i have vdub and vdubMod working perfect here!

now i'm more confuzed than you!
:?
from "where" is this dll?

jorel 08-17-2003 12:07 PM

me again vhelp.

found the file here,download and put in your system...:
http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dl....shtml?binkw32

see if works now!
:wink:

vhelp 08-17-2003 12:09 PM

Hi Jorel..

About 4 months ago, I did some experimenting w/ CODEC's and found a
bunch of varous YUV ones' ie, 4:2:2 etc.

I installed them, and everything went well.

Then, when I started playing around in vdub, I started to get error messages
about this BinkW32.dll file 8O

It's ben driving me crazy then, and still is today. I can't get rid of it. The
error message that is. I'm not even sure if I have the CODEC installed
either. I just keep getting this error message.

But, if memory serves me correctly, during one of those CODEC installs,
the install bombed out w/ a error message and crashed my system. I do
remember having to reboot, then. But, that was soo long ago, I can't
guarantee who/how/what I did exactly 8O
All I know, is I need to get rid of this message !!

Thanks,
-vhelp

Edlund 08-17-2003 04:46 PM

Have you tried to reinstall Virtualdub or install another version?

vhelp 08-17-2003 05:17 PM

hi Edlund,

Yes, I did try that too. Still no go.

I think I got a stowaway (spelling) hanging around my \system
or something. Just wont go away !!

Anyways, things for your response,
-vhelp

kwag 08-17-2003 06:01 PM

Hi vhelp,

Search your registry for "BinkW32.dll", and remove any references.
Your problem is related to a CODEC.

-kwag

vhelp 08-17-2003 06:07 PM

Thanks Kwag..

I'll give that idea a go.
-vhelp


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