Just another suggestion for future use with Videowave---When you start a new production in videowave,
always place all the photos, music or other files that you are going to use in the production in that same folder.
Same as the production folder.
Every time I keep asking yhe same question...How in world do these sickos
Get their guns (shot guns, rifles and pistols) into the school to begin with ?
Sad is a good word Paul but its worse than that !! Can you imagine one of the parents having to go to the morgue and identify one of their kids ? Breaks your heart !!
Suggest you go on line and download the free trial program "Revo-uninstaller Pro". Use it to uninstall your NXT6 and then let it do a "moderate" scan for left over register files and delete all of them when asked.
Then do a complete reinstall of the program. NXT6 will allow 10 only reinstalls. So keep that in mind.
Correction---I have just be advised that Corel has changed the number of installations of NXT6 to 20
rather than the 10 I suggested. My apologies.
You are correct Steve. I opened up NXT6 Pro and this time it showed me the screen for the SP2 Update.
I ran it and it completed the "Patch" and changed the program from the "A" to an "H". However I did try and
chase down everywhere on my computer to find the Patch for the SP2 update and couldn't find it anywhere !!!
(Attached screen captures)
Yeah Steve---a couple of posts ago I told I did a complete re-install. And you are correct--When it starts to install it says to check for updates but it never does anything
after you do the check. And I'll have to agree with you on not worrying about it as the programs all seem to work OK. and btw I did another "complete" virus check using
Windows Defender and it found nothing. I'm not sure what the "H" and "A" in the version means but you could be right. I have another computer in my shop running
W10 Pro and it also has NXT6 Pro installed. I'll check to see what the version shows on that computer and see if it's the same or different.
I did a complete uninstall of NXT6 Pro using the Pro version of Revo-uninstaller with all the scans and deletions.
Then I re-installed NXT6 Pro (then one we got from Mark. Tried to see if there was an update and still get the same "no updates available"
This program needs some serious attention impo.
All my quarantined files have been deleted from the Windows defender Brendon. Maybe I should just delete the NXT6 Pro I have on this particular computer and then reinstall a new clean install. If I do that then how will I know if the SP2 is updated or not ? Do a "check for updates from within the program" ??
That's odd Steve. When I go to updates (while on the forum) there is no updates shown for NXT (any version). I did open the program
(NXT6 Pro) and went to the "help" option and it states that there is no update for it ? Certainly can't understand why when I run a scan with Windows Defender
it shows the two viruses that I posted and quarantined (sp?) them. I also called Corel and talked one of there techs and they are looking into the problem
with the info I sent them but I haven't heard back yet. The program is running all OK it's just when you try and do the SP2 update it gives you that virus error ??
Question--How do you tell if your NXT6 Pro already has the SP2 update ?