Thanks for the info. I'll reinstall the GForce board and give the Quicktime safe mode a try.
By the way, I paid $200 for iView Media Pro3 at Frys. Not a good move on my part apparently.
I'm not anxious to try the EM version yet. I'll fool around with what I have loaded for a while first, I think.
I did just get a reply from an XFXforce tech.
I think I have actually already done most of what they say below, all except doing the "driver cleaning" part.
I have a nearly new complete XP install, so that does not sound to promising.
Here is what they said to do (I'm not sure it is worth trying, but at least they did reply):
[CURTIS - 03/12/2008] Is iView Media the only application that has this issue? This may be a corrupted driver issue. Please DL the latest driver from http://www.nvidia.com/content/drivers/drivers.asp
and save them to the desktop. Then download the professional driver cleaner from : http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=745
and install the cleaner. Uninstall the current video drivers through the add/remove programs utility in the control panel. Reboot into safe mode by pressing F8 repeatedly after the POST screen but before windows loads. Use the driver cleaner to clean only the NVIDIA and ATI(if present) drivers and repeat this step a few times to completely clean the drivers out. Install the latest drivers from the desktop and reboot into windows normally. Also, please make sure that you have the latest motherboard updates such as chipset drivers and BIOS. Curtis
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