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SavannahK9

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About SavannahK9

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    Gloucestershire, England
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    Almost anything to do with dogs. Motorhoming.
  1. SavannahK9

    Roxio creator 9 buffer over run

    I am now experiencing the following message:- Buffer overrun detected, Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library. It quotes Central33.exe and RoxWatchTray9.exe I have tried to find the patch mentioned but failed to do so. Have uninstalled and reinstalled the software - no difference I would really appreciate some help in simple language as not particularly computer literate. Many thanks.
  2. SavannahK9

    Says Failed To Prepare For Cd-Rom Or Dvd-Rom Compatability

    Thanks for the further info. As soon as I have tried these suggestions I will let you know what worked the best!
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    Says Failed To Prepare For Cd-Rom Or Dvd-Rom Compatability

    Yes I will. Didn't have time to do any more on it today as wonderful weather so spent all day doing stuff outdoors instead!
  4. SavannahK9

    Says Failed To Prepare For Cd-Rom Or Dvd-Rom Compatability

    Thank you for your advice Brendon and taking the trouble to reply. I will give it a go later on today.
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    Says Failed To Prepare For Cd-Rom Or Dvd-Rom Compatability

    Thank you so much for that information. I had indeed been using Drag To Disc and had never even seen the Classic Creator before that you mentioned. I have found it now and will give it a go. Am I right in assuming I need to select Multimedia Discs under the Projects heading for the job I want to do?
  6. I have successfully burned a load of photos from my computer to a DVD-R using Creator 9 but when I try to Eject in a format that can be viewed on other media it starts to do it then whizzes to the end very quickly and a message comes up Failed to prepare for CD-ROM or DVD-ROM compatability. I tried a second time using a CD-R - again burned the photos fine but would not finalize. I have done this latter exercise previously and I have been able to view the photos on my small multi media player ok but not this time. Fiddled round trying various other settings under Options - Advanced but nothing seems to work. I am running on XP and absolutely nothing has changed in my operating system to my knowledge since the last time I did the same thing with some photos several months ago. Has anyone any simple suggestions (I am not computer literate.) I would be so grateful as I want to keep these discs of precious photos to view in the future and may not have this computer then and will be unable to see them.
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