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Are you running Window Blinds or another desktop enhancement software? If so, configure the software to allow DVD Profiler to use standard Windows controls.
If not, please try running a database repair: You can run the repair utility directly from the Start menu under the DVD Profiler program group.
If DVD Profiler still won't start, press and hold CTRL as the program launches. You'll get a diagnostic startup screen that will help determine the cause.
If bypassing the version check solves the issue, the problem is being caused by your local firewall - configure it to allow DVD Profiler access to the Internet.
Contributions are evaluated by our team of contribution specialists before they are integrated into the online database. Depending on current load, this can take as little as one day but may take significantly more.
You can check the status of your contribution from the My Profiler section of our site.
The default parental control password is 'acknowledgement'.
To reset the password to the default password, select Tools->Options->Utilities->Reset Parental Control Password.
Select Tools->Reports to access DVD Profiler's Reports feature. DVD Profiler includes a custom report editor so you can print your collection exactly as you prefer.
You can also download additional reports here.
The problem is caused by parental control settings. Note that disabling parental control in DVD Profiler does not affect the online settings!
The Online Collection system defines Adult titles as any title with either an Adult genre or an Adult rating.
On the website, under My Profiler->Online Collection->Settings, check whether adult titles are set to display. There are two settings - the "Private" setting, which controls what is seen when you're logged in, and the "Public" setting, which controls what others see.