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  1. I had to uninstall my version of Creator 9 and when I tried to install it again I got the message that the product key # that I was using is incorrect. I checked the list of my registered products in my account and noticed that the key listed with the product is different than the one in the dvd set so I tried with that one but got the same message.

    How can I find the correct key #? Is there a file on the disc where I can look up the key #?

    I upgraded to Win 10; is that the problem?

    Thanks for any assistance. :huh:

    Techrookie


  2. I created a production with 10 different chapters and the issue I have is when I want to make a change to chapter titles 1 to 6 when I am on the second menu page I must delete the movies on page 2 to get back to page 1 of the menu. Is there an easier way to go back and forth between the 2 menu pages without having to delete?

    Thanks for any assistance on this...... :)


  3. I copied a number of pictures to a DVD before re-installing Vista and since there were a lot (4.38GB out of the 4.7) I created 3 folders. When I try to read the DVD in Windows Explorer it hangs for a long time and finally I see the folders listed but when I try to access one Explorer hangs again then stops responding. I ran the CRC read test in Roxio DVDInfo Pro and got the errors below:

     

    Drive - TSSTCORPDVD+-RW TS-L632D

    Media ID Code - SONY S11

    Media Type - DVD+RW

    Read Error list

    1. Error - LBA = 001d4c00h

    2. Error - LBA = 001d4c01h

    3. Error - LBA = 001d4c02h

    4. Error - LBA = 001d4c03h

    5. Error - LBA = 001d4c04h

    6. Error - LBA = 001d4c05h

    7. Error - LBA = 001d4c06h

    8. Error - LBA = 001d4c07h

    9. Error - LBA = 001d4c08h

    10. Error - LBA = 001d4c09h

    11. Error - LBA = 001d4c0ah

    12. Error - LBA = 001d4c0bh

    13. Error - LBA = 001d4c0ch

    14. Error - LBA = 001d4c0dh

    15. Error - LBA = 001d4c0eh

    16. Error - LBA = 001d4c0fh

    17. Error - LBA = 001d4c10h

    18. Error - LBA = 001d4c11h

    19. Error - LBA = 001d4c12h

    20. Error - LBA = 001d4c13h

    21. Error - LBA = 001d4c14h

    22. Error - LBA = 001d4c15h

    23. Error - LBA = 001d4c16h

    24. Error - LBA = 001d4c17h

    25. Error - LBA = 001d4c18h

    26. Error - LBA = 001d4c19h

    27. Error - LBA = 001d4c1ah

    28. Error - LBA = 001d4c1bh

    29. Error - LBA = 001d4c1ch

    30. Error - LBA = 001d4c1dh

    31. Error - LBA = 001d4c1eh

    32. Error - LBA = 001d4c1fh

    33. Error - LBA = 001d4c40h

    34. Error - LBA = 001d4c41h

    35. Error - LBA = 001d4c42h

    36. Error - LBA = 001d4c43h

    37. Error - LBA = 001d4c45h

    38. Error - LBA = 001d4c46h

    39. Error - LBA = 001d4c47h

    40. Error - LBA = 001d4c48h

    41. Error - LBA = 001d4c50h

    42. Error - LBA = 001d4c51h

    43. Error - LBA = 001d4c52h

    44. Error - LBA = 001d4c53h

    45. Error - LBA = 001d4c54h

    46. Error - LBA = 001d4c55h

    47. Error - LBA = 001d4c56h

    48. Error - LBA = 001d4c57h

    49. Error - LBA = 001d4c58h

    50. Error - LBA = 001d4c59h

    51. Error - LBA = 001d4c5ah

    52. Error - LBA = 001d4c5bh

    53. Error - LBA = 001d4c5ch

    54. Error - LBA = 001d4c5dh

    55. Error - LBA = 001d4c5eh

    56. Error - LBA = 001d4c5fh

    57. Error - LBA = 001d4c90h

     

    Is there a way to correct these errors or get rid of them so that I can read what's on the rest of the disk? I have over 1000 pics on there and I need to retrieve them.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. (If I should post in a different forum let me know please).

     

    Thanks a lot.

     


  4. It's telling you that the video chip, on the laptop, is not up to snuff for video work. In MyDVD, click on Tools. then on Options, and make sure that Software rendering is selected. I would think that it is already, but check to see.

     

    The rendering was set to "hardware" and after I changed it I was able to burn the DVD. I also ran the graphics test in the same section but I am not sure what it's telling me. It goes by fast and there is no "result" that I can see anywhere.

     

    Thanks a lot for the help. Maybe I should spend some more time studying the help topics!!!


  5. How about listing your computer specs, especially video card (which is propably on-board video)

     

    OK here goes:

    Dell Inspiron E1505

    Windows Vista Home Premium

    1.6 GHz processor

    2MB Ram

    80 GB hard drive

    On-board video

     

    The project I am trying to burn has 2 photos & 2 video clips; I created a test project with just 1 of the video clips and was able to burn that one without changing the menu so some small progress although I am not sure what that tells me.

     

    Thanks for the help.


  6. Remove the Battery!!! Try pushing and holding the power button down until it shuts down…

     

    Are you running the 9.1 Vista update version?

     

    I tried to burn the project to a DVD and got the same result; the program freezes and after a while the "program not responding" box pops up. After I close the program I see the .exe file in the "processes" tab of the Task Manager but I cannot end the process there either. I cannot do a "restart" so I must shut down the machine. I get the same result if I try to do this directly from MYDVD.

    I had previously burned photo slideshows to DVD's so I am a litlle baffled as to what the problem is. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.


  7. Remove the Battery!!! Try pushing and holding the power button down until it shuts down…

     

    Are you running the 9.1 Vista update version?

     

     

    Remove the Battery!!! Try pushing and holding the power button down until it shuts down…

     

    Are you running the 9.1 Vista update version?

     

    I am running Windows Vista Home Premium on a Dell Inspiron E1505 laptop.


  8. When I try to burn a small video file in an SVCD format either in Videowave or DVD Express the pc (Dell Inspiron) just hangs forever; I cannot even end the process via the task manager or even by turning off the machine. The only solution is to remove the battery and then start over. I was able to burn the file in VCD format but the quality is not that great. I have burned a number of DVD's without any problems. Has anyone experienced a similar problem and is there a solution? I am running Vista.

    Thanks for any assistance.


  9. Does your Sony record to minDV tapes? If so, you have to connect to your computer via firewire. If you connect via USB, there is a good chance that the software will recognize your video camera as a webcam.

     

     

    I used the firewire and it worked fine. Thanks for your assistance grandpabruce. Hopefully I can make some decent movies.


  10. Does your Sony record to minDV tapes? If so, you have to connect to your computer via firewire. If you connect via USB, there is a good chance that the software will recognize your video camera as a webcam.

     

    Thanks; the SONY does use mini DV tapes and I am connecting via USB. I'll try the firewire and let you know hot it works out.

     

    Does your Sony record to minDV tapes? If so, you have to connect to your computer via firewire. If you connect via USB, there is a good chance that the software will recognize your video camera as a webcam.

  11. I am trying to capture video from a Sony DV Digital Handycam which Roxio identifies as "Sony Digital Imaging Video 2"; after about 5 seconds of capture I get the "unknown capture error" and under status it says "no signal". I am using Roxio 9.0.088 (build 900B88F) on a Dell Inspiron running Windows Vista. Is there a fix for this problem? Will the 9.1 update fix this problem?

     

    Thanks for any assistance.

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