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Quicktime MOV broken in Snow Leopard QT ver 10

by 45-09843560-98245w-0wefpo / September 3, 2009 10:45 PM PDT

I stitched together some qt movies using QT-pro v7.x.
Now QT 10 player and QT 7 is asking for the components I stitched together in a combined movie now.
I threw away the individual MOV's. Getting "the movie could not be opened. The operation couldn't be completed. (OSStatus error -128)" & "searching for movie data file".

These movies(& files?) were on the drive converted to Snow Leopard!
MacPro stats::
2 x 2.66 GHz Dual Core Intel Xeon, 11 GB Memory , Optiarc DVD RW AD-7170A, NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT, Air Port Extreme, Brother 7280N,
Hard Drives ST3250820AS P(Tiger), ST3320620AS (LEO08_08 ) & Hitachi HDP72505GLA360 (LEO_Safe - boot drive for Snow Leopard), Maxtor Firewire HD's (300Gb ,200Gb & 500Gb disconnected and powered OFF until needed) O/SX (10.4.11 & 10.5.8 ),Nikon Coolscan 4000,

TTPro V5, Macaroni, Superduper, Tinkertool, Xupport, Disk Warrior, Pacifist, Cocktail, MacScan, LCC, Parallels-V4, Mailsteward, SnapZ Pro X , Spellcatcher, Office 2004, iWork 2009, Vuescan, Adobe Light-room V2, PDFpenPro V4, Adobe CS1. PTHCPU Monitor, Memory Monitor, Net Monitor, Shrook, Readerware

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