[no Bug] - Problem with dshowhelper.dll on SVN 27686

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    Hi there,

    After building and installing SVN 27686 I had problem playing any video file.
    Error is:
    VideoPlayer9: Exception while creating DShow graph Unable to load DLL 'dshowhelper.dll': The specified module could not be found. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007007E) at MediaPortal.Player.VMR9Util.EvrInit(IVMR9PresentCallback callback, UInt32 dwD3DDevice, IBaseFilter vmr9Filter, UInt32 monitor)

    Logs are attached.

    I found a very similar issue in the forum (that was suppose to be fixed in SVN):
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/mediaportal-1-2-0-alpha-536/dshowhelper-evr-renderer-windows-7-x64-nvidia-broken-svn-26907-a-91109/
    I've tried Owlsroost's test dshowhelper.dll from post #8 and it worked for me. (working logs attached too)

    Thanks,:D
    Yoav

    Spec is below
    MediaPortal Version: 1.2.0 SVN 27686
    MediaPortal Skin: StreamedMP 1.5.0.2611
    Windows Version: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
    CPU Type: Intel QuadCore Q6600, 2400 MHz
    HDD: WD/Seagate. Total ~6.6TB
    Memory: 2x2GB OCZ ReaperX HPC DDR2-800 4-4-3-15
    Motherboard: Asus Striker Extreme nForce 680i SLI Socket 775
    Video Card: SLI: 2x Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB
    Video Card Driver: nVIDIA ForceWare 260.99
    Sound Card: Analog Devices AD1988B @ nVIDIA nForce 680i SLI
    Sound Card AC3: coaxial s/pdif
    Sound Card Driver: Analog Devices 6.10.2.6260
    1. TV Card: TVwand
    1. TV Card Type: DVB-T
    1. TV Card Driver: Afa Tech AF9035 BDA Driver 9.5.20.2
    MPEG2 Video Codec: MPC
    MPEG2 Audio Codec: ffdshow libavcodec
    h.264 Video Codec: CoreAVC 2.0.0 w/ CUDA
    Satelite/CableTV Provider:
    HTPC Case: Compucase 6919 Black Super Midi Tower
    Cooling: Zalman CNPS8700 NT Cpu Cooler
    Power Supply: Thermaltake ToughPower 750W W0116
    Remote: Generic MPC Remote
    TV: LG 42LC2R-ZH
    TV - HTPC Connection: DVI-HDMI


     
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    One more thing:
    Before installing this build, I've tested it inside VMWare on the same PC, and same OS and it worked just fine. (Hardware obviously is not the same within the VM). So maybe it's related to hardware (nvidia?)
     
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    Have you installed VC++Redist 2010?

    Mark
     
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    Thanks Mark, that was it. Forgot to install it...
    Also explains why my VM worked, since this is my MediaPortal "builder" :)
    :D
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