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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantAndrea67
Registered: October 10, 2020
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For several days I have been having problems inserting film covers into the program with several errors (Access violation at address 0074017E in Module DVDPRO.Exe Read of Address 00000000). I need repair more times the program.

Then in the order the letters (Le La The An A) are not stored in the passage between insertion and the initial screen.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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Quoting Andrea67:
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For several days I have been having problems inserting film covers into the program with several errors (Access violation at address 0074017E in Module DVDPRO.Exe Read of Address 00000000). I need repair more times the program.

Did you try just rebooting your PC? Sometimes that helps. If not, I would suggest that you uninstall and re-install DVD Profiler. Make sure you have a backup of your collection first.

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Then in the order the letters (Le La The An A) are not stored in the passage between insertion and the initial screen.

I'm not sure I quite understand your problem, but select from the menu Tools / Options / Display. Check or uncheck "Append title articles". Does that fix it?
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You might also try "Repair Profile Database" under Tools\Options\Utilities before reinstalling DVDP.
Marty - Registered July 10, 2004, User since 2002.
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