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  1. I've run into this same issue - critical registry keys missing - and have tried to repair the software to no avail... Roxio Creator NXT2 Version: 15.0.5.2; 5.0.0.0 Build: 150B05C, R03; 800B00B, R03 on a laptop with Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 64-bit OS Intel Core i7-3540M CPU @ 3.00GHz Any suggestion as to which RegFix file I should use? Also, I'm wondering what affect this has on the end product? More to the point, could this be the root of unexpected outcomes on a DVD burn? I've had a ton of issues (DVD opening to a sub-page instead of the title page; missing audio on some, but not all clips; next button going other than where I've set it to go, etc.) and am wondering if this could be at the root of it? I've reworked this project many times trying to fix any potential problems and wasted 20+ DVDs with inferior end results (not matching previews - which in itself is maddening) and am about at my wits end with Roxio. Any help would be much appreciated.
  2. Roxio Creator Nxt2

    Brendon, I started getting this same error message after running 'rbcujan10.exe' to try & fix a different burn error I was getting. (per a Knowledgebase article I found) I've already tried "repairing" Roxio but that didn't work. I had run across the link you posted above but didn't know which of the downloads I should use with NXT2 since this specific version is not listed there. Would NXT be the best match?
  3. That was it! I had actually considered this & scrolled through the last 81 pictures in photo gallery - which worked fine... I just didn't know to try & "fix" them to find the one with the problem. While trying to "fix" all photos that process got hung up on one photo (and showed me the file name...was 208 of 261) so I made a new copy of it & replaced it in my original file then was able to create the slideshow with no issues. I don't know how one photo could randomly be corrupt but apparently it was. THANK YOU so much for your help!
  4. I've since tried installing this software on 2 other computers - first I borrowed a newer laptop with an Intel Core2 Duo U9600 @ 1.60 GHz running Win7 Ultimate SP1 32-bit, 4 GB RAM & 24 of 104 GB free disk space; then most recently on a tower with Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83 GHz & 4 GB RAM running Win7 Ent SP1 & 409 of 465 GB free disk space - and I STILL have the same problem - even after "repairing" the install on each. I'm at my wits end here... Can anyone help resolve this? Please??? As a reminder - it "hangs" at 80% after adding the last batch of photos (for a total of 260) during the "assembling production" process when trying to preview or click next to get to the last step of the slideshow assistant process where it could be saved.
  5. myguggi, When it hangs up, it's during the preview "assembling" process after adding some more photos - so I don't even get a chance to save it when this happens. You seem pretty sure it's my system... Can you be more specific? Is there something in particular I should look for? JulieB
  6. It's not very big as I was only able to add some of the photos I wanted to it - 179 of 260. Even at that I had to do it in pieces, adding 50-60 photos at a time & saving the project after each group added - unless it hung up. By saving, I meant I was going to File\Save Project. I think it's currently at about 18 minutes. (This project is on my home computer & I'm at work now.) I had first tried creating the slideshow from within myDVD, but after seeing a post about creating the slideshow then adding it to myDVD I also tried it as a new project that way. Regardless of which program I used, it only worked if I added about 50-60 at a time, and in every instance would hang after reaching about that same point - 180 or so photos. I don't know if it makes a difference or not, but I had this same problem last year with the NXT version & essentially broke it all together when I deleted temp files (as was suggested in some post I read at that time) then couldn't find my original installer CD when I was later prompted for it. I purchased NXT2 at that time & when I installed it, it showed it was uninstalling the previous version. I've never gotten it to work though. I was just trying it one last time before I trash it & go to a different product.
  7. I'm using Roxio Creator NXT2 and can't even save a slideshow as each time I try it hangs up somewhere between 80% to 95% when 'assembling production' & depending on how I get it to quit says either 'VideoWave15.exe' or 'RoxWizardLauncher' is not responding. I've researched this & tried Jim Hardin's suggestion to 'repair' the installation, but unfortunately it didn't work for me. I'm using an HP Compaq 6710b, with Intel Core dual processor, 2.1 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 22 GB free space, & Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 32-bit OS. Any help would be appreciated.
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