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#1 snowshine



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Posted 16 April 2007 - 04:23 AM

My system is Dell computer came with XP MCE SP-2.
I had the oppertunity to Upgrade to VISTA OS- I did a clean install of the VISTA Home Premium OS and after that the Dell's factory installed roxio creator was lost.
Now I obtained this Roxio Creator 9.0 DE cd from Dell's company to reinstall VISTA compatible Roxio Creator on my computer.
After installing I was directed to correct the DLA patch incompatibilities from the Rexio official site which I followed as instructed.
My Roxio Creator worked for one day very well.
When I tried it this morning I could not get Roxio going!! Every attemt to open the Roxio results in an window open with a request to Register. Hwever when attempted to Register it suggests already registered.
But still I coulden't get Roxio working.
Can anybody help me resolve this.
Thanking you

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Posted 17 April 2007 - 06:35 AM

A common mistake with the register window is forgetting to tick the box that you understand the terms and privacy details - make sure you did that and it should then re-register.

The tick box is a bit obscure unfortunately
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