Before adding the files to your project, you should scan them with DivFix++. This tool removes bad frames and fixes the AVIs up so After Effects will have less problems (thus not crashing) when rendering.
August 25, 2011
First you should follow the steps mentioned in this article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976877
Additionally I had to change some other options as well:
Change the Sleep and Hibernation time, to your liking. Expand the “Allow Hybrid Sleep” section and disable it.
August 17, 2011
ICH NEHME KEINE VERANTWORTUNG FÜR JEGLICHEN SCHADEN DER DURCH DIESEN ARTIKEL ENTSTEHT.
1. Den Patch herunterladen:
Go into a conversation, click inside the chat input window and press the keys “Alt + Shift”. Everything should be back to normal! =)
Während man im Schreibfenster eines Gespräches ist, die Alt + Hochstelltaste (Umschalttaste) drücken. Jetzt sollte alles wieder funktionieren =)
August 14, 2011
I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE WHAT SO EVER.
1. First you will need to download the patch:
Download UnDedPatch v. 3.33
2. Extract the .exe inside the archive to your Steam directory e.g. (C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam). Launch it and follow the steps.
If you want to disable the patch just delete the Steam.cfg or open it in any text editor and change the line from “BootStrapperInhibitAll=enable” to “BootStrapperInhibitAll=disable”.
July 17, 2011
“Error while trying to run project: Unable to start debugging.”
Go into Build->Configuration Manager and chose a different CPU. Revert back to the old CPU (or stay with the new one) and you should be able to debug fine.
April 25, 2011
I have researched this problem a little bit and it is obvious that it is a conflict with the Microsoft Zune software. My guess is that it has to do with the Zune driver because everything I tried with Process/Services did not work.
Uninstall the Zune software.
Option 2 (if you want to keep the Zune software like me):
Restart your computer but don’t open the Zune software. This bug only occurs after you run the Zune software for the first time.
November 12, 2009
This was a new feature added to Windows 7. You can dock images onto three different spots on the screen and they will resize: You can dock the window to the top so it will maximize fully or you can dock them left or right to the screen to make them tile vertically in the middle of the screen.
To do this just grab a window and move it all the way to the top/left/right and let the mouse go again. Making working a lot easier and faster!
November 8, 2009
It is basically the same as in Vista but this time Windows 7 has a GUI for it to make things easier and for a higher level of control.
Press WindowsKey + R (or go to Start->Run) and type in “msconfig” (without quotes). Hit Enter.
Go to the Tools Tab, choose “Change UAC Settings” and hit Start.
A new GUI