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    Problems With Emc9 Videowave

    gi7omy, You are a genius!! Changing the rendering worked! I can't believe it. I have ordered a PCIe card, too, so hopefully the problems will be solved. Thank you so much for your help. Holly
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    Problems With Emc9 Videowave

    Thank you. The computer has an Intel G965 Express Chipset Family. I will try installing a PCIe card next.
  3. Per Jim's request, I am posting this here: After successfully creating one DVD using Videowave and 40 minutes of clips into a second one, the program now crashes on me every time I try to add a single clip. A defrag did not help. I tried a clean install, and I got an error message saying that I do not have permission to fully uninstall (I have never gotten that before). I then restored the system and tried installing the 9.1 update, and I got another message saying that the certificate file is missing or corrupted. I am not sure what to do as I don't want to lose my work. (My next step will be to update the video card drivers and DirectX.) I know that the Videowave crashing is a common problem, and after extensive online research, I have not been able to find a "cure." But perhaps I am not understanding everything I read. I do not have experience with these kinds of problems. I have a Dell Dimension e520, Vista OS, 200GB hard drive, 1 GB memory, and a Pentium Duo Core Processor. We have never had a single problem with this computer, which is 18 months old. I am beyond frustrated. Thanks in advance for any and all help.
  4. I installed EMC9 on a new computer (with Vista) in July 2007. I used Videowave to create one DVD last November (2007) and had no problems. I have 40 minutes of video done in creating another DVD, and the program hangs and crashes if I try to add another clip. A clean install and defrag did not work, and technical support can't help because EMC9 is now outdated. I have plenty of space (200GB) and memory (also dual-core processing Pentium). Because I do not want to lose my work thus far, I feel my only option is to upgrade to Creator 2009. But my question is, if I do that, will that solve my crashing problem? And I assume I will still be able to finish my project without losing my work, correct?
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