That's certainly possible. 10 years is pretty old especially if it's been used a lot.
To test that, what happens if you take the first tape where you could see the video
and play it again. does it still work ok. and the second one ? Both tapes should act the
same unless some settings in the program itself have been changed or different.
Videowave will only recognize a privious videowave production. A production is a program created using videowave. Any videowave production will have a name you go give it with a DMSM extension
You mentioned that you have a canon printer that I assume has the option to burn a label to disc.
I would think that Canon has it's OWN program to do that task. I am using an Epson Printer but do not
use any other print a label program to burn or print directly to the disc except Epson. Is that possible with
your Canon ?
Thanks daf….. Glad you got the problem all sorted out. Not sure how much help our guys were
at solving the problem but as you suggested..probably more help than Corel. But I'm sure their
guys are more familiar with other types of programs they have out.
It wouldn't matter if he had hundreds of DMSD file Brendon. He's looking to eliminate all files that have interfered with
his newer installation. Doesn't sound to me like he has hundreds of DMSD projects that he wants to save.
Another suggestion---Search your computer for anything that has the file extension of ??.DMSD.
If you find it you can either delete it or remove it and place it off your computer somewhere.
Then see if you are still having the same problem.
You're right. I usually just use the moderate option and it has always removed all traces
of left over files from a deleted program. Only other possible reason is it's still on your
computer is that it was it was saved to some other location on your computer when a
project was produced. It would look for the files in the usual location but not knowing
where else it might be on the computer.
The fact that you mentioned using "Videowave" as your main concern, then stick with Creator 2012 Pro.
As Jim suggested, that particular program was no doubt the best type suite program we have had the
pleasure of using--(again in regards to "Videowave") impo.
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.