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I have an HP Pavilion 735n with 1 GB of RAM, but I'm suddenly having problems with opening Video Wave 7. Whenever I try to open Video Wave, the system freezes. When I check Task Manager, Video Wave runs with about 100,000 KB of memory usage. I've never had a problem with opening the program before. Please help!

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I have an HP Pavilion 735n with 1 GB of RAM, but I'm suddenly having problems with opening Video Wave 7. Whenever I try to open Video Wave, the system freezes. When I check Task Manager, Video Wave runs with about 100,000 KB of memory usage. I've never had a problem with opening the program before. Please help!

 

 

What operating system and service packs are you running?

 

What version of Internet Explorer?

 

What version of Windows Media Player?

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What operating system and service packs are you running?

 

What version of Internet Explorer?

 

What version of Windows Media Player?

 

 

I'm running Windows XP. Internet Explorer ver. 8.0. Windows Media Player 11.0.

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I'm running Windows XP. Internet Explorer ver. 8.0. Windows Media Player 11.0.

 

The IE 8 and WMP 11 killed your program. Roll the IE 8 back to IE 6, and roll the WMP 11 back to WMP 9, and you should be good to go.

 

Here is a link to how to do that:

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/23162-how-to-uninstall-ie-7-and-wmp-11/

 

The first link refers to IE 7, but try the same procedure for dumping IE 8.

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I'm running Windows XP. Internet Explorer ver. 8.0. Windows Media Player 11.0.

 

If I remember correctly anything above IE6 and WMP 9 could damage your Roxio product EMC 7 / 7.5.

 

Read the pinned posts at the top of the forum, link below.

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/forum/39-emc-7-75-videowave-7-dvd-and-video/

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If I remember correctly anything above IE6 and WMP 9 could damage your Roxio product EMC 7 / 7.5.

 

Read the pinned posts at the top of the forum, link below.

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/forum/39-emc-7-75-videowave-7-dvd-and-video/

 

 

Wow! Didn't know that. Looks like I'm going to have to upgrade to a newer version of Roxio. I hate that because I was so used to EMC 7. Thanks for your help!

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Just roll back to IE6 (you don't need to use it) and install Mozilla Firefox - that and the roll back of WMP shopuld help.

 

You may need to do a repair install of EMC 7 after tho

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