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    Roxio 8 Will Not Run comError 80004003

    Register the following dll: regsvr32 MSXML3.dll EMC 9 now functions well in my environment and I no longer experience the comerror 80004003. Regards Martin Fuggle
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    Invalid Pointer (comerror 80004003) error

    Thanks - the site is much better resourced than any Roxio site I have tried. I have finally resolved the issue that I was experiencing. I registered the following dll: regsvr32 MSXML3.dll and EMC 9 now functions well. Regards Martin Fuggle
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    Invalid Pointer (comerror 80004003) error

    Can someone please have a look at this issue for me - there must be someone at Roxio who can point me in the right direction... Regards Martin Fuggle
  4. I am having an identical problem using EMC 9 as reported in a similar post in the EMC 8 forum. This is a duplicate of a reply in the EMC 8 forum since strictly speaking I am experiencing the problem in EMC 9 even thoguh it is the same as experienced in EMC 8. I have been through many posts and have complied with all of the suggestions/recommendations set out in the various posts that I have researched but always with the same error occurring. My system is as follows: DELL Inspiron 9100 NEC DVD+RW ND-5100A WINXP SP2, IE6 BIOS and all firmware is at the latest release. The system was supplied with Sonic MyDVD 5 and RecordNow 6.5 and worked when I first got it. After a disk malfunction I rebuilt my system and everything worked fine except the installation of RecordNow 6.5 and Sonic MyDVD 5 from the original disks. I decided to buy EMC 9 and have cleaned out the Sonic stuff and on many occasions gone through a completely (to the best of my knowledge) clean install of EMC 9. All functions of EMC 9 seem to work OK EXCEPT RecordNow Data, RecordNow Copy, RecordNow Audio - so I guess it's just RecordNow that is having the trouble. When I invoke RecordNow it displays the splash screen and seems to start up Roxio Central33.exe but then gives a dialogue box with no error shown. On closing the dialogue box it then displays "Invalid Pointer comerror 80004003". If I try to invoke RecordNow a second time it does nothing. Stopping the Roxio Central33 process and restarting RecordNow it reverts to displaying the splash screen and the comerror. Any help would be much appreciated since I am progressively going mad trying to get it going. Regards Martin Fuggle
  5. Martin Fuggle

    Roxio 8 Will Not Run comError 80004003

    I am having the identical problem using EMC 9. I have been through many posts and have complied with all of the suggestions/recommendations set out in this post. My system is as follows: DELL Inspiron 9100 NEC DVD+RW ND-5100A WINXP SP2, IE6 BIOS and all firmware is at the latest release. The system was supplied with Sonic MyDVD 5 and RecordNow 6.5 and worked when I first got it. However I bought EMC 9 and have cleaned out the Sonic stuff and on many occasions gone through a completely (to the best of my knowledge) clean install of EMC 9. All functions of EMC 9 seem to work OK EXCEPT RecordNow Data, RecordNow Copy, RecordNow Audio - so I guess it's just RecordNow that is having the trouble. When I invoke RecordNow it displays the splash screen and seems to start up Roxio Central33.exe but then gives a dialogue box with no error shown. On closing the dialogue box it then displays the "com error 80004003" error. If I try to invoke RecordNow a second time it does nothing. Stopping the Roxio Central33 process and starting RecordNow it reverts to displaying the splash screen and the comerror. I'll put this post in the EMC 9 forum as well just in case this gets overlooked and afterall it's an EMC 9 issue (as well as EMC 8 and before) Regards Martin Fuggle
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