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Topic: Installation error ? Disable NOD32 anti virus - Page: 2

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Posted Mon 21 Jun 10 @ 12:10 pm
younonoHome userMember since 2010
salut ca v a

Posted Fri 23 Jul 10 @ 2:31 pm
I just loaded VDJ Pro. When I try an run this software I get a message telling me I need more space on drive D. I cannot get around this problem. can anyone suggest what I might be able to do here. Thanks.

Posted Wed 08 Dec 10 @ 9:11 pm
Have tried many times to install the software dj pro and keep getting a message box saying installation error immediately after I enter the serial number. TYthe serial number is immediately above the download link for the software in my download center. After that every time you try to start the software all you see is the error message box pop up. I have tried reinstalling, uninstalling then reinstalling, nothing works....... I have disabled my antivirus software and also tried installing as administrator. I'm on windows 7 with a laptop with 4 gb of ram and 32bit, still 200gb free on my harddrive.

Posted Wed 15 Dec 10 @ 7:52 pm

Posted Thu 16 Dec 10 @ 6:50 am
ejg28Home userMember since 2010
im getting an error ...invalid skin error in line 0 in can i fix this?

Posted Fri 17 Dec 10 @ 11:30 pm
The most common cause of this error is installing the software while logged in as one user (E.g: Fred) and then trying to run it as a different user (E.g: Joe.)

The other user is missing the My Documents\VirtualDJ folder. The program will not run without this.

To resolve, please either:

(1) Install the software as the user you will be running it as.

(2) Manually copy the My Documents\VirtualDJ folder across to the other user.

Another cause is installing the software without administrator privileges under Vista or Windows 7. Right-click on the VirtualDJ installation file and choose Run as administrator. Also, we would recommend turning off UAC in Windows Vista and 7:

For further advice, please contact support:

Posted Sat 18 Dec 10 @ 1:41 pm
Okey guys,

I have the problem that it wont install the last second. vdj.exe seems to be the problem

however there is no problem when I download and install the Home edition.

I have AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2011.

Tried running the file as an admin. Nothing
I tried turning it off. Nothing
Deleted AVG. No Succes

any more suggestions?

Posted Wed 05 Jan 11 @ 2:46 am
maybe a way to update the free version to pro version?

Posted Wed 05 Jan 11 @ 7:58 am
wallterHome userMember since 2010
Just bought a new Dell Inspiron N5010 and installed VDJ Free edition. Instalation never ends, I just ended it manually, but it's installed OK. First time I started VDJ, Avira Antivir found this beast:

The file 'C:\Users\dell\AppData\Roaming\taskeng.exe'

Never mind... started VDJ, some mp3 song playing... CPU usage 100%, memory usage 100%, and I'm not even started with video or visuals. Some videos playing, Sonique in the background... still the same 100% CPU and memory usage. Shut down VDJ, started Avira and cleaned that strange beast:

The file 'C:\Users\dell\AppData\Roaming\taskeng.exe'
contained a virus or unwanted program 'TR/Dropper.Gen'

Now, after starting VDJ, CPU usage 10-30%, memory usage always around 40% , playing mp3, videos and visuals. I don't like to be paranoic, but... what's this???

Posted Sun 27 Feb 11 @ 10:35 am
Taskeng.exe is normally a scheduled task manager for Vista and W7 and should be located in the folder C:\Windows\System32. Yours was located on a different folder and therefor probably suspected.
It is not a part of VDJ so removing it will not affect the program.

BTW If you google on taskeng.exe you'll find more reports that this program can keep your PC very busy.

Posted Tue 08 Mar 11 @ 4:53 am
I get this message when trying to install: The installer has insufficient privileges to access this directory C:\Program Files\VirtualDJ

Posted Wed 04 May 11 @ 2:06 pm
Your user account must have administrator privileges to install software.

Right-click on the installation file and choose the option to run as administrator.

Posted Wed 04 May 11 @ 2:35 pm
When taskeng is in that directory you have a trojan on your machine. Run malwarebytes anti-malware immediately: - the official Virtual DJ installers are of course virus and trojan free.

Hmm seems I didn't notice the data is several months old on that, sorry :s

Posted Mon 30 May 11 @ 7:26 pm
Why Do I Have A Protection Error 14

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Posted Thu 23 Jun 11 @ 9:36 pm

Posted Thu 29 Mar 12 @ 12:32 pm
Please contact support:

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Posted Thu 29 Mar 12 @ 3:03 pm
AxofpikHome userMember since 2012
im getting an install error (ver 7.0.5 PC ) "The process terminated unexpectedly."

Posted Thu 05 Jul 12 @ 2:23 am
KA101Home userMember since 2012
hey guys .. i tried to download virtual dj the free download and in the middle of installing it .. it said that it can damage the computer or whatever so i never finished the download ... what other way can i download vdj without any problems ?

Posted Thu 05 Jul 12 @ 9:20 am