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Topic # 22401 27-May-2008 13:29
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hi all,new guy here....

so i've been trying to get freeview terrestrial up and running using dvb veiwer-its found all the stations sweet as but when i launch the program or change channel i get the error code "unable to launch source filter-error 0x80004003"i have tried swapping codecs around but still the same thing.if i record it seems to create a watchable file but any longer than 2mins and the player crashes.i'm running a 8800gt with latest drivers.any ideas?cheers!

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  Reply # 133613 27-May-2008 17:53
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From Adamal in another post:

Followed Fossie's guide for DVBViewer. After installing Cyberlink DVD 7, encountered a problem with DVBViewer reporting an error message: "Cannot load Source Filter. Error: 0x80004003. Invalid Pointer".
Resolved by downloading Monogram AAC codec (single file with file extension .ax) and copied into the C:\Program Files\DVBViewer\Filters folder. Ran Register_DVBSource.exe file and resolved the issue.

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=83&TopicId=19328

Have a look here courtesy of fossie.

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  Reply # 133698 27-May-2008 23:02
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Did you buy dvbviewer? Because what your saying occurs with 'pirated' versions of dvbviewer.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 133700 27-May-2008 23:14
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Piracy is bad mmmkay?

Use Mediaportal or GBPVR for free legal goodness
(if your version isnt ligit)

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