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  1. True! I didn't catch that in LoneWolf's original posting. Wouldn't hurt to verify the link properties in the "target" box from Roxio 2011 start menu folder. This might vary a bit from one installation to another, but it should be something like: "C:\Program Files\Roxio 2011\Roxio Central\RoxioCentralFx.exe" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\Roxio 2011\Roxio Central\RoxioCentralFx.exe" If the shortcut is properly linked and the UI still can't be launched by clicking, double clicking, or using the "open" command from the context menu it would indeed indicate a more serious problem.
  2. The shortcut on your desktop might not be correctly linked. Go to the directory where Roxio 2011 is installed and look for a sub-folder named "Roxio Central". Open that folder and locate the file "RoxioCentralFx.exe". Right click on the file, and from the context menu select "Send To" > "Desktop". This will create a new shortcut on your desktop. You can delete the old shortcut on your desktop if you wish. Of course you can also launch Roxio Central from your Start > Programs menu as well. Hope that works for you.
  3. I should have mentioned it earlier but yes, I tried switching from Vista's native driver to the latest InteliPoint version 6.3 and ran the mouse as "Wireless Explorer 2.0" and an "Optical Mouse 5000". In both cases the mouse works properly however CinePlayer still crashes. Seems like the issue may be hardware based.
  4. I gave Microsoft a shout via email and received a reply thanking me profusely for providing details of the issue along with something to the effect that my feedback will help to make the world a better place ;-) In any case, the mouse in question is a discontinued product so the "let's not hold our breath" theory is probably the best advice. As far as I know, the conflict is limited to the "Intellimoue Wireless Explorer 2.0" which has apparently been replaced by the "Wireless Optical Mouse 5000". AFAIK the current MS mouse products don't cause any problems with CinePlayer but if upgrading just be sure to save the receipt! Personally I'm working around the issue by launching and controlling CinePlayer with my graphics tablet which (along with my Explorer 2.0 mouse) is always connected to my PC.
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    "no Drive Detected"

    There's a sticky on the Daemon Tools forum that provides info on resolving possible conflicts between Roxio and Daemon however as was noted, it appears your LG GDR-H30N is not write capable. DAEMON LINK: http://www.daemon-tools.cc/dtcc/f26/my-rea...es-missing-440/
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    Do Not Update With Patch

    For the benefit of other users could you please elaborate on the circumstance, eg; at what point does the crash occur, what action(s) cause the crash, etc? Thanks :-) Please disregard my inquiry. I see you've provided the details in another posting.
  7. After reading this thread I just had to comment. As someone who has experienced the many ups and downs of "Creator" (going all the way back to Creator 3), I've several times gone on record expressing my delight and amazement that **all** components of Creator 2009 appear to be fully functional on my Vista 64 bit system. But several weeks ago I wanted to view an AVCHD disc and finally got around to launching the one module I hadn't yet tested, CinePlayer. To my disappointment, the component crashed each and every time I tried to run it. After spending several hours attempting (without success) to troubleshoot the issue I threw in the towel. To make a long story short, after reading this thread I immediately flipped over my wireless mouse to check the model number and sure enough, "Intellimoue Wireless Explorer 2.0" running on Vista native drivers. As luck would have it, I happen to own an extra MS "Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse 4000". I plugged it in and voila... CinePlayer works!. I also discovered that the "4000" runs perfectly without removing the "2.0" mouse, so I simply plug it in when needed and remove it when finished. I hope Roxio and/or Microsoft will address this issue in the not-too-distant future but in the meantime I have a good workaround without spending any cash on a new mouse. Cheers to "Saul" for observing and posting the correlation between mouse movement and this issue!
  8. I'm running the download version of Creator 2009 on a Vista Home Premium x64 machine. Glitch-free installation process and (so far) no bugs at all when running the various modules. As someone who has lived with the ups and downs of "Creator" for many years (dating way back to the early Adaptec days) I was actually "anticipating" problems with Vista x64 but to my amazement, so far so good. I'm also running several other editing/burning apps, some of which use "Gear" and "Goldenhawk" drivers with no Roxio conflicts whatsoever. So Creator 2009 is definitely capable of running properly in the Vista x64 environment and even seems more robust and tolerant than previous versions. Pure speculation, but my initial suspicions would lean towards needed Vista services, processes, and/or libraries that might be corrupt, disabled, or missing. BTW, have you tried uninstalling .net 3.5 and then reinstalling Creator, allowing Roxio to initiate the .net 3.5 installation?
  9. No, but thanks for the suggestion. LS enabled drives only appear as printers within the UI of a LS enabled printing application. At this point I'm fairly sure Rox defaults to LS intentionally. Most other apps ("Surething" for example) remember the last used printing source and default to it until changed by the user. Thankfully it's a minor annoyance.
  10. MisterTee

    Error 000d

    Another user with the same issue believes the "000D" error is due to low disc space on the installation drive. For reference, Roxio 2009 is using at least 1.33GB of space on my Vista 64bit machine.
  11. I've used just about every version of EMC over the last 10 years but as a die-hard SureThing (and sometimes Acoustica) Labeler fan I've never really paid much attention to Roxio's Label module. That said, curiosity has gotten the best of me. Since my last posting I've been experimenting with with the "Auto Fill From Disc" option and can't get it to read CD-Text from my disc (if that's what it's supposed to do). I've also noticed that in Options > Online Music Database, all 3 of the check boxes are grayed out. I dunno... overall I'm quite impressed with Creator 9 but I think I'll stick with SureThing for labeling ;-)
  12. That seems to be the case. Thanks for the clarification!
  13. Yes, that's exactly what happens.
  14. Hi, Kind of a minor thing, but when I'm ready to execute a print job, Label Creator always selects Lightscribe by default. It's no big deal to manually change to my desired printer, but before doing so I have to wait for the printer selection dialog to become available as Label Creator reads the Lightscribe drive. Is there any way to specify a default to the printer I normally use? Thanks!
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