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Been trying to install CreatorNXT Pro and get a failed install on windows7 I gave tried To change the compatibility to vista -sevice pack 1. But I get the same results .

Any ideas???

Thx Scootter

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Don't push the topic solved button with only your initial post it makes it disappear.

 

Then I have to type all these words and make it reappear.

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I gave tried To change the compatibility to vista -sevice pack 1.

 

Do not do that!

 

Make sure nothing is checked (compatibility).

 

Been trying to install CreatorNXT Pro and get a failed install on windows7

 

Tell us the error?

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It is in the title of this thread.

 

"Setup Has Determined That Your Configuration"

 

Half a error code is listed in the title of this thread.

 

If you know the full error code text tell the OP how to fix it instead of exchanging banter with me.

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Just trying to be helpful. I would never think about exchanging banter with you. :)

 

If you enter that part of the error in the Kb, you can get this

 

http://howto.corel.com/index.php/Roxio:Setup_has_determined_that_your_configuration_does_not_support_any_of_the_included_products

 

Knowledge base only talks about Creator 2010 so I don;t have a good answer for NXT Pro.but sometimes the earlier issues are applicable to the newer issues. At thi spoint ther eis no harm in trying.

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Please read the post then instead of exchanging banter with me.

 

Been covered, post 1 & 3.

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I am getting the same thing. The log files say it is choking on the DirectX 9 install. :(

 

Scooter never came back!

 

Read and comply with what was written...

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I am getting the same thing. The log files say it is choking on the DirectX 9 install. :(

 

I've checked the Intel HD 4600 specs and it says it is DirectX compatible. So I'm not sure what else to try at this point.

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If that is the case the specs on the box are I bought are incorrect. "1024x768 DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics card with at least 16-bit color seting, sound card, DVD-ROM drive."

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Jim,

 

Thanks, but I got an answer finally from support directly that fixed it. Turns out need to run the directX install direct from the Microsoft site at:

 

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35

 

run with full admin and wide open to the world (no anti-virus, etc.) and then that part installed. After a reboot then the install disk worked fine for the remainder of the product as is under admin but with AV still enabled.

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