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Have you updated Quicktime?
Also, make sure you've got the latest Vista updates (go to Windows Update -- don't trust the automatic updates) and that you've optimized Vista for video editing, per our FAQs.
I uninstalled Quicktime and installed it again. Still no luck. Also I checked the faq. Is there anyway if I can find if there is any driver conflict?
I'm not sure there is such a thing, George.
I've heard of program conflicts -- but never driver conflicts.
Steve & mohan_george,
Actually, there are tools, available from MS. However, the process of using these is very involved. I'll look for the link to a talk/tutorial for their use. Again, it is very involved, but doable.
Off to find that link,
[Edit] link to "The Case of the Unexplained:"