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When I open the sound editor and select add audio - the media selector is unresponsive. re-boot does not help :angry:

 

Let's try to trouble shoot. try opening Sound Editor from the Windows - Start - Programs, - Creator 2010 = Applications. Does it work there?

 

Does Media Selector open? What do you mean that it is unresponsive? Is there nothing in the windows in either the My Media or Folders options?

 

Try selecting the folders and navigate to the music you want. Please come back and answer the questions and if the suggestions work.

 

 

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Let's try to trouble shoot. try opening Sound Editor from the Windows - Start - Programs, - Creator 2010 = Applications. Does it work there?

 

DOES NOT WORK THERE.

 

Does Media Selector open? What do you mean that it is unresponsive? Is there nothing in the windows in either the My Media or Folders options? MEDIA SELECTOR DOES OPEN BUT NOTHING IS IN THE WINDOW. THE WINDOW BAR GOES TO "MEDIA SELECTOR IS UNRESPONSIVE"

 

Try selecting the folders and navigate to the music you want. Please come back and answer the questions and if the suggestions work. CANNOT SELECT THE FOLDERS BECAUSE WINDOW IS UNRESPONSIVE.

 

THANKS FOR YOUR HELP. ROXIO SUPPORT IS NOT VERY MUCH HELP! ANYTHING ELSE APPRECIATED.

 

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I'm having the same problem - any module that connects to media selector immediately dumps the program into "not responding" mode. Uninstall, updates, reinstalls, etc. have not resolved anything. Windows 7/64bit, Creator 2010/sp2, fairly new Asus m'board + amd quadcore processor with plenty of memory, etc

Do this then do a repair on the program via Windows "Add or remove programs"

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Open Windows Task manager and go to the services tab. Are these running or not? If you click on them and start them, does the application start working?

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Open Windows Task manager and go to the services tab. Are these running or not? If you click on them and start them, does the application start working?

 

In my system, it looks just like what you posted - the system will not permit starting the "stopped" service (RoxWatch12).

Is this related to an initial install option of some sort? I've installed a couple of times - and pretty much let it install everything.

 

In another thread, someone who sounded like they were having similar problems with Media Selector in a Vista system and installed a newer version of MSXML4 that sounds like it corrected the problem. I can't find any such update for Windows 7/64 however. Is that related somehow?

 

Also, cdanteek has reported elsewhere that Media Selector can go into "not responding" mode if it is pointing at an empty drive or a drive with blank media in it. I got mine working again by putting some music CDs in all my optical drives - then Media Selector launches and remains functional.

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In my system, it looks just like what you posted - the system will not permit starting the "stopped" service (RoxWatch12).

Is this related to an initial install option of some sort? I've installed a couple of times - and pretty much let it install everything.

 

In another thread, someone who sounded like they were having similar problems with Media Selector in a Vista system and installed a newer version of MSXML4 that sounds like it corrected the problem. I can't find any such update for Windows 7/64 however. Is that related somehow?

 

Also, cdanteek has reported elsewhere that Media Selector can go into "not responding" mode if it is pointing at an empty drive or a drive with blank media in it. I got mine working again by putting some music CDs in all my optical drives - then Media Selector launches and remains functional.

 

Great; I guess you just had to kick start it !

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