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    Data execution prevention (XP SP2)

    I have 2 Hard Drives, C and F.
    I am trying to copy old camcorder tapes to CD/DVD. I am using Pinnacle's Dazzle and Studio version 9.4.
    I am saving my imported video files to the F: . After I made my CD, I wanted to delete the 6 MB video clip,
    but I get the Data Execution Prevention just ny having my mouse cursor hovering over the file. 200 GB HD will fill
    up quick if I am unable to delete these files. That was only a 25 minute video! Video clip is an AVI file if that helps.
    Hovering over any of these video clip invokes my Data Execution prevention with Explorer and brings me back to my desktop
    Help?

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    Re: Data execution prevention (XP SP2)

    found out the problem had to do with a 64 bit Athlon CPU and Pinnacle studio 9. My luck... no other studio versions have the problem. Had to modify Data Execution Prevention for my PC.

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    Re: Data execution prevention (XP SP2)

    Thanks for the update, this may help someone else in the future.

    StuartR

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    Re: Data execution prevention (XP SP2)

    There is a good article on DEP written by Scott Dunn of "Windows Secrets"
    Besides explaining what DEP is, it also has information on turning DEP on or off for certain programs or all programs. Good read.

    See it at DEP
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