You should sell your computer Whatever you do, don’t give up your day job. You’ll never earn a living as a comedian.
You have gotten the ONLY answer there is! It is your user error in the Display Settings you are using. My display settings as you call them are those as set and recommended by the manufacturer. I have changed nothing and every other program on the computer works, only NXT3 has a screen resolution error. Besides why is my system wrong when Roxio is misreading my settings? Roxio says it requires resolution of 1024 or higher and at least 16 bit colour. My resolution is 1960 and colour is 32 bit. Roxio is the problem as it is incorrectly reading my computer’s settings settings.
FYI, 3 computers, 2 x Dells both with 24” screens and 1960 resolution, the Asus as a notebook only 1366. All run windows 7. Display size on the Dells came at 150% and the Asus at 125%. I have changed nothing. Obviously your system is working so what size monitor do you have, what resolution and display size is your PC set to?
Whether you like the answer or not is not relevant, no one is going to re-write the program to fit the wants of one disgruntled user out of MILLIONS One disgruntled user, try searching the internet, there seem to be other people with the same problem out there and this discussion group seems to have quite a few problems cropping up with the software. Maybe you are the only happy user!
Now something for you to ponder on. I just booted up my older PC which is normally only used to store data these days and noticed a shortcut to Roxio. It still has Creator 2012 Pro on it and guess what. It works OK with the same settings as my main PC. The main PC now gets an error from Roxio on 2012 Pro. Before I installed NXT then uninstalled it and reinstalled 2012, Creator 2012 ran happily the main PC. Only after first loading NXT did Roxio start with the error messages for 2012. The only difference between the 2 PCs is that the older one is 32 bit.