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I got my movie ready to burn in a disk but when I use the option "burn to disc", the program start to opening but after a few seconds it "encountered an error and has :) to close", I already tried everything to fix it, this is the first time this happen to me.

Please I need help!!

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I got my movie ready to burn in a disk but when I use the option "burn to disc", the program start to opening but after a few seconds it "encountered an error and has :) to close", I already tried everything to fix it, this is the first time this happen to me.

Please I need help!!

 

Being as you have tried "everything", what would you like your fellow users to do.

 

Maybe if you told us what you have "tried" we can go from there....details details

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Do you have Internet Explorer 7 installed? If so, you need to uninstall it and go back to version 6. IE 7 breaks EMC7

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Do you have Internet Explorer 7 installed? If so, you need to uninstall it and go back to version 6. IE 7 breaks EMC7

Thank you, it worked!!

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Thank you, it worked!!

 

You're welcome.

 

Keep an eye on the Windows Update because it will automatically download and install Internet Explorer 7 as a 'critical update.'

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Thank you, it worked!!

 

So, you "hadn't tried everything".

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Do you have Internet Explorer 7 installed? If so, you need to uninstall it and go back to version 6. IE 7 breaks EMC7

I, too, can't get VideoWave to open. I have installed and uninstalled many times. I uninstalled IE 7 but don't know how to go back to IE6. Am using Firefox for my browser. Cleaned out my registry. I have Studio 10 on my computer also and I read somewhere that could be a conflict. Uninstalled that program but it didn't make a difference with VideoWave. Thinking of buying updated version but don't have any confidence the same thing won't happen.

Any ideas what a next step to try would be?

Nancy

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If you uninstalled IE7 from add/remove programs it should be gone and you are back to IE6

 

However, Windows Media Player 11 will also cause problems and would need to be removed if you installed that

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