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Everytime I start my computer I get the error.

 

RoxMMTrayApp Module has encountered a problem and needs to close.

 

Even if I do not open roxio I get the error.

 

Can anybody help ?

 

I have triede to delete roxio and install it again. But the error just come again.

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Everytime I start my computer I get the error.

 

RoxMMTrayApp Module has encountered a problem and needs to close.

 

Even if I do not open roxio I get the error.

 

Can anybody help ?

 

I have triede to delete roxio and install it again. But the error just come again.

 

The program you refer to is loaded when Windows starts. In Vista, it may be disabled by running msconfig--> startup tab--> uncheck CommonSDK.

Edited by smonteijr

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Don't think that will work.Needs to be msconfig,startup tab,uncheck RoxWatchTray9.Reboot and it should be gone.

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Don't think that will work.Needs to be msconfig,startup tab,uncheck RoxWatchTray9.Reboot and it should be gone.

 

I'll edit for clarification. In Windows Vista, run msconfig--> select Startup Tab--> uncheck CommonSDK. It will look like below:

 

Startup item.....................Manufacturer......................................Comma

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CommonSDK...................Sonic Solutions....................................C:\Program Files (*86)\Common Files\Roxio Shared\9.0\SharedCOM\RoxWatchTray9.0.exe

 

XP will have RoxWatchTray instead of CommonSDK.

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I'll edit for clarification. In Windows Vista, run msconfig--> select Startup Tab--> uncheck CommonSDK. It will exactly like below:

 

Startup item Manufacturer Command

CommonSDK Sonic Solutions C:\Program Files (*86)\Common Files\Roxio Shared\9.0\SharedCOM\RoxWatchTray9.0.exe

 

XP I believe is different.

 

Sorry,the poster never mentioned Vista so I was thinking XP.

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Sorry,the poster never mentioned Vista so I was thinking XP.

 

Thanks guys, but I am confused I have XP. Does the help you talk about also work on XP ?

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For XP, Terry's answer in post number 3 is the one you want

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