"%1 is not a valid Win32 application"... what in the hell does that mean?? lol Anyone have any ideas?
You must have installed some application that changed the file associations, and then uninstalled it, but it didn't revert associations to previous ones (as it should do btw). Try going to the movie properties (tap and hold the file, choose properties) in total commander (maybe some other explorers have this feature too), go to associate tab and press the associate button. After a while a window will appear. Make sure that all input fields look like on the attached screenshot.
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