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tbrewst

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  1. When I click "About" it brings up a box but it doesn't show the serial number.All it says is registered to: my email address. I installed from the Pro Content not as a standalone product. I've now downloaded and installed SP3. The end result is the same thing happened.It went through the install and then the Invalid Serial Number box popped up. When I closed out of all of them the remaining box said the install had succeeded. Even though that is the case I can no longer find WinDvd on my system.The icon is gone and when I do a search on WinDVD all it finds is the SP3 .exe file. I tried to go in and uninstall and start over but WinDVD is not found by either Revo Pro or Win10 System uninstall feature.It's just gone. Sorry,forgot to mention I have Windows 10 Fall Creator Update applied and all updates installed available as of this morning. I will try and contact someone about this.
  2. Windows 10 Fall Update

    I ran mine directly from Windows Update. The first time I ran it it failed.When I retried it went just fine.No problems seen so far.
  3. Label Creator Nxt Pro 6

    That's weird because this page from the NXT 6 site clearly states there is one. But danged if I can find it.
  4. Capture Android Help

    Are you sure that you are outputting video from the phone to HDMI? Oft times there is a setting that turns it on in the phone.
  5. Play .iso File

    I'll have to check that one out.Thanks
  6. Play .iso File

    I looked and that's why I suggested VLC in the first place.
  7. Play .iso File

    Use VLC media player (free download) and load file
  8. I also see the same thing in NXT5 Pro.
  9. Lg Blu Ray Wh14Ns40

    I have one of those drives and I have not had any trouble writing with it to either Blu-Ray or DVD. Could be that something is starting or has gone out on the drive.Can you still write to one type of disc and not the other.If so it's probably a laser gone bad. They are fairly inexpensive so it may be time to replace it.
  10. Roxio Secure Burn

    In NXT4 when you open the options the very first one says "show optical drives only",since it was in NXT3 I'd imagine it's still there for 5. Checking that one will only display your CD/DVD/Blu-Ray drives. You can also go to the bottom and disable it on the optical drives if you so wish. Sorry to jump in Brendon.
  11. I don't know that you can get rid of them.They are the icons that were created when Roxio Secrure Burn was installed during setup. I looked in the options and don't see anything about turning them off.I don't have Pro 5,I have Pro 4. Open the app from your Programs list and then go to Options to see if you can find something.
  12. When you create a DVD music disc you are given 3 choices as the format: Dolby digital AC-3 MPEG 1 Layer 2 Uncompressed (PCM) MP3 is not a choice when making a DVD Music disc. Hit Project Settings from the menu and you'll be able to see the choices.
  13. Help Please With My Set Up

    When you plug in the HDMI from the XBox to the TV are you unplugging the Composite cable as well? Are you changing inputs on the TV so it looks for the HDMI signal? Make sure when you switch that you go into the Dashboard on the 360 and in the video section make sure the output is set to HDMI.
  14. Quick Find

    It has an Add Files button that when pushed pops up an Explorer type window that you can browse and add files from anywhere you have them. Also under Tools you can pull up Media Manager from where you can also drag files.
  15. Question Regarding Muisc Creator In Nxt2

    I don't know what operating system your using so the file directory may be slightly different (I'm using W8.1) but when Media Selector opens try scrolling to C:\Users\your name\Music\iTunes\iTunes Media\Music and you should see the music files.If they're stored on a different drive try from there. You can add them from there.
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