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Invalid Floating Point Operation.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantQuynnSaintPeters
Registered: November 8, 2010
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Happened 3 times, even with a restore of software & database.
Click on add to collection.
Click on enter movie name and when i start to enter movie name in box, i instantly get the message "invalid floating point operation" message. I have sent this info about error via your send us the info  box / screen. Then when i go try to close the "send us the info" by hitting ''cancel'' button, i cannot get out. The only way out is to do the old cntl alt delete to shut down DVD profiler completely.

what is going on?  I don't know if i would get the same error message if i was entering a new movie via it's Number.    Why can't i add any movies to my database????
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorgreyghost
Registered: March 13, 2007
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From the Support tab

Floating Point Error, or missing text on buttons.
You're experiencing either a floating point error at program startup, AND/OR missing text on some or all of the buttons in DVD Profiler.

This is usually caused by a missing or corrupted Tahoma font. The Tahoma font is a standard Windows font that is installed by default on all versions of Windows from 95 and up.

You can download the tahoma font here. Download and open the file to install it. Alternatively, open the Fonts section of the Windows Control Panel and install it via that interface.

This error can also be caused by a corrupted online profile list file. To correct this, from DVD Profiler's main menu, select Online->Refresh Online Profile List while holding CTRL.
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