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Invalid floating Point  error window
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantTGMcCallie
Registered: May 20, 2007
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I have 4.0 lifetime.  Everytime I try to add a movie to my collection, I get the Invalid Floating Point error.
I cancel out that window and then it takes the addition but my collection show 1024 but this does not agree with my number that shows on my report list.

I just tried to add Robin Hood 2018 BD version and it shows that  already have it by collection # 864.  When I view the list 864 is not there and it is not correct because #864 would be a much earlier movie.  Evidently something is bad wrong with this software.  I have owned DVDProfiler for a long time and never had any problems with it until now...….

I have reported this problem by forwarding the error window etc to invelos at least 8 times with no answer.

Help please.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorGSyren
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Registered: March 14, 2007
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You posted the same thing a week ago. Did you look at the suggestions you got there? If not, here they are again:
Two things:
- Run a database repair if you haven't already done that. (Tools/Options/Utilities)
- FAQ entry regarding Floating point error:
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.

If you have done that, say so. Don't make us guess ...
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