Thanks, I've rebooted several times, launched IE to see if it threw any errors (didn't, but fwiw I usually use Firefox 90% of the time). No good, same error.
If it does error still after the reboot, reboot again and then enable access and test the same movie that causes an error to see if that is it.
I don't know what you mean here. I don't have to test any movies to get the error--I just run the program and get the error before selecting a movie to load.
I tried deleting the folder in AppData to no effect. Then I found in the TMT3 program directory the only file that gets modified there called ProductInfo.set and embedded within is this, which obviously has an URL it may want to check with every launch (the last line):
SERVER = www.arcsoft.com
PORT = 80
DISPHANDLE = /handlers/redirect_handler.asp
INFOHANDLE = /handlers/info_handler.asp
DISPPARAM = sourceID=&displayID=&tabID=&PSTRING=&uniqueID=&LANG=&entryID=AP
INFOPARAM = sourceID=&PSTRING=&uniqueID=&entryID=AP&lang=
IEPAGE = http://www.arcsoft.com/handlers/redirect_handler.asp?lang=&PSTRING=&DisplayType=
But I tried deleting that IEPAGE line and TMT refused to start--I had to copy the saved file back-in again. But still get the error.
My TMT3 is .185 and the latest I think is .195, but it's worked fine up to recently, so my best guess is that maybe one of the updates to IE9 caused this linkage to break...
That last line includes actually:
with arrows instead of quotes (doesn't display otherwise), anyway when I manually place that URL into either Firefox or IE, after changing to en and to the Product String, leaving alone, both browsers do work and I end-up at this page: