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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17 21:39:18 CDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> sending e-mail/video

I'm trying to send an e-mail with a video attachmentand keep getting an error
message of 0x8000FFFF. What can I do to fix this problem, please let me know.

Thank you-

Windows Vista10  
 
 
jonathan





PostPosted: Mon Sep 17 21:39:18 CDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> sending e-mail/video i wouldn't openly but my e-mail address in the signature if i was you, some
of these people can be crazy/stupid sometimes. just some friendly advice

--
Jonathan Perreault

Personnal Advice To You:
#1: Do Not Undermine Windows's Work, Or It'll Undermine You As A User.
#2: Torture Windows (Any) Now Before It Tortures You

Best Comments From Users:
No Matter The Problem Even With Linux, It's Microsoft's And Windows's Faults

A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely
foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.


> I'm trying to send an e-mail with a video attachmentand keep getting an
> error
> message of 0x8000FFFF. What can I do to fix this problem, please let me
> know.

> Thank you-

 
 
jonathan





PostPosted: Mon Sep 17 21:44:32 CDT 2007 Top

Windows Vista >> sending e-mail/video but sorry i can't help you, unfortunaltly i have no xp in that peticular
field

--
Jonathan Perreault

Personnal Advice To You:
#1: Do Not Undermine Windows's Work, Or It'll Undermine You As A User.
#2: Torture Windows (Any) Now Before It Tortures You

Best Comments From Users:
No Matter The Problem Even With Linux, It's Microsoft's And Windows's Faults

A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely
foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.


>i wouldn't openly but my e-mail address in the signature if i was you, some
>of these people can be crazy/stupid sometimes. just some friendly advice
>
> --
> Jonathan Perreault
>
> Personnal Advice To You:
> #1: Do Not Undermine Windows's Work, Or It'll Undermine You As A User.
> #2: Torture Windows (Any) Now Before It Tortures You
>
> Best Comments From Users:
> No Matter The Problem Even With Linux, It's Microsoft's And Windows's
> Faults
>
> A common mistake that people make when trying to design something
> completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools.


>> I'm trying to send an e-mail with a video attachmentand keep getting an
>> error
>> message of 0x8000FFFF. What can I do to fix this problem, please let me
>> know.

>> Thank you-
>