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Have you tried running it in compatibility mode? Solved PntVideo.DRV - what is it and why am I told it cannot be found? All rights reserved. Ask Erik B.

Sorry, but it looks like you'll have to upgrade. Once in Paint, go to FILE -- OPEN and browse to the location of the *.jpg file you saved. bubblz, Feb 28, 2007 #8 homealone Thread Starter Joined: Feb 27, 2007 Messages: 11 Thank you very much. not seeing 10 gb hard drv but 8,4 9. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-pntvideo-drv.547639/

There doesn't appear to be any specific url which triggers this other than when first getting into EE but even that is not consistent. What should I do? All rights reserved. Good luck... ...nz Questioner's RatingRating(1-10)Knowledgeability = 10Clarity of Response = 10Politeness = 10CommentThank you for the help!

  • bubblz, Feb 27, 2007 #2 homealone Thread Starter Joined: Feb 27, 2007 Messages: 11 never used it, if it's available, just know I used to be able to open them in
  • Back to top Report #4 pmistry pmistry old hand Members 1047 posts Posted 18 December 2001 - 09:53 PM Isn't Corel 4 a 16-bit Windows app?
  • I looked on the internet and it points to corel draw, which I had, being the problem.
  • I need some help here...please!!!When I try to run Corel Photo-Paint versions 4.0 with Windows XP,I receive the following error message: PntVideo.DRV not found or not enough memorythis is strange because
  • It's nice to see folks are willing to give up their time and help others.
  • I'm glad I could help you out.
  • I've emailed EE but so far no response.
  • You can do that, too, or uninstall your version of Photo-Paint and go with a competing product such as Jasc Paint Shop Pro or my favorite, the low-cost Adobe Photoshop Essentials.
  • I do have CorelDraw (probably 4) installed on Windows XP.
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Can someone tell me how to remove it? Also, were you able to open picture attachments on this computer? Where do I get this driver? If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.

If your problem is resolved, please click "Thread Tools" at the top of the post and mark this thread as "solved". I know it is specific to my home system otherwise I would be having trouble as I write this at work. Winspool.drv not loading 6. his comment is here Have you scaned for virus?

Advertisement Expert: Neal Ziring - 7/19/2007 QuestionI get the pntvideo.DRV not found or not enough memory message whenever I try to open a picture file on my computer. Corel 4 does'nt work with XP...WHY???? Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. xp Expert: Erik B.

GET STARTED LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Desktops_PCs 6 Message Expert Comment by:Snowguy ID: 87246362003-06-14 Have you installed any corel software lately? https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/20648351/PntVideo-DRV-what-is-it-and-why-am-I-told-it-cannot-be-found.html Free on line scan. Conferencing Software Chat / IM Voice Over IP Software-Other Desktops_PCs How to add page numbers to a PDF with Adobe Acrobat XI Pro Video by: Joe In a recent question (https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28997919/Pagination-in-Adobe-Acrobat.html) The problem has disappeared - so all's OK for the moment. 0 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Desktops_PCs 6 Message Expert Comment by:Snowguy ID: 88589502003-07-04 Good I hope it stays

You may want to try another browser like netscape or something to see if it is a browser issue or a repair of I.E.. 0 LVL 45 Overall: Level 45 In two clicks I had found that you are running an old version of Corel Photo-Paint image-tweaking software that is based on 16-bit code that clashes catastrophically with the Windows XP Error code was PntVideo.Drv not found. Erik B.

What is the url that is causing this or is ther more than 1? 0 LVL 45 Overall: Level 45 Desktops_PCs 1 Message Author Comment by:patrickab ID: 87246922003-06-14 I do OK please do the following and you should be able to change the program that opens JPG files. You always seem to know what those Windows XP startup items are for, like SynTPLpr, etc. This short video Micro Tutorial sh… Adobe Acrobat Document Imaging Document Management PDF Enumerating Prime Numbers in Excel / VBA Video by: Ed Finds all prime numbers in a range requested

Covered by US Patent. Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer problem? One thing is for sure the problem is specific to EE as all other web usage is unaffected. 0 LVL 10 Overall: Level 10 Desktops_PCs 6 Message Accepted Solution by:Snowguy

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MightyMiroWD replied Feb 22, 2017 at 4:28 AM Cannot download new browser on... http://www.tek-tips.com/gviewthread.cfm/lev2/4/lev3/31/pid/240/qid/169204 Microsoft has a knowledge base article that says the problem is caused by attempting to access a 16-bit .dll, which is not supported on XP. Good luck. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.

I think it may be time to move up to a 32-bit version or try reinstalling it if you haven't done so. http://housecall.trendmicro.com/ 0 LVL 45 Overall: Level 45 Desktops_PCs 1 Message Author Comment by:patrickab ID: 87312312003-06-16 snowguy - I have very recently done a complete scan for viruses and found nothing. The problem may be due to incorrect win.in and system.ini entries. Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions.

but if I want to work withmy picture until I'll get a 32-bit, there must be a way to make this old version work, no?!!!ciao Back to top Report #6 Four If you wanna work with some JPG or GIF or BMP images you can use Windows Paint, if you are working with Corel Draw files, there may be some shareware programs Both computers have P4 chips and 384 megabytes of RAM. FrontPage, SQL, ASP 3.

This is a pice of info I found here. Alternatively, if you're unable to access Paint this way, it can also be accessed in this manner: START -- PROGRAMS -- ACCESSORIES -- PAINT.