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    Bluray Plugin Won't Install

    I just purchased the Roxio High-Def/Blu-ray Disc Plugin to use with my Roxio creator Pro 2012. When go to install it I get a message that "setup cannot find a valid version of this software to upgrade. Please make sure that you are using the correct upgrade version." Running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.
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    Cineplayer Update Problems

    I went back and uninstalled Roxio Creator 2011 including Cineplayer. Deleted all directories related to program. Reinstled without installing any updates and it is working fine once again. Seems like the latest Cineplayer (March 2011) update is the problem.
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    Cineplayer Update Problems

    My specifics are as follows: 1. Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 2. HP Pavilion dv8 3. 6GB RAM 4. Nvidia GeoForce GT230M 5. Intel i7 Processor @1.73GHz
  4. Installed March 2011 update and now have problems viewing DVD. When go to play DVD a new window pops up (ActiveMovie window) which displays the DVD menu but can't click anywhere to pick chapter or start option.
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    Insufficient Video Resources

    Tried that still no difference. Here is a mystery that I haven't been able to figure out, which may or not be related to this problem. I'm not sure how much, if at all, Windows Media Player plays into Roxio Creator 2011, but when I tried to run a Windows Media Player file from the internet I would get sound but no video (32-bit version of IE). When I ran the 64-bit version it ran just fine. I've even gone and downloaded additional codecs hoping this would solve the problem without success.
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    Insufficient Video Resources

    Not sure what you want to know about power settings. On AC power dim the display - never, turn off display - 1 hour, put to sleep - 4 hours.
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    Insufficient Video Resources

    I asked HP about this and of course they told me it was a Roxio issue. I've got all the latest drivers and bios installed. Just purchased the notebook last month. Running off AC power.
  8. I wanted to seperate this out from a similiar topic to reduce confusion on problem When attempting to play a movie I get message "The application can not be launched due to insufficient video resources." When attempting to edit a video I get the message "There are insufficient graphics capabilities for the application to run. This may be caused by the following: Your video card may not fully support DirectX 9.0. Check to see if an updated driver is available for your card. Your video card hardware may be sufficient for full DirectX 9 support. You will need to upgrade your card." I have a HP Pavilion dv8t notebook w/ 6GB RAM, NVidia 230GT card w/ 1GB, running Windows 7 (64-bit). I've uninstalled Roxio Creator 2011 Pro, gone through and manually removed all directories, gone into regedit and removed all references to Roxio and reinstalled from scratch with the same results. Even reinstalled DirectX.
  9. If I look at it when I first open it shows: DirectDraw Acceleration: Disabled, Direct3D Acceleration: Disabled, AGP Texture Acceleration: Disabled. However, if I run the 64-bit DxDiag it shows they are all enabled.
  10. I am having a similiar problem. When attempting to play a movie I get message "The application can not be launched due to insufficient video resources." When attempting to edit a video I get the message "There are insufficient graphics capabilities for the application to run. This may be caused by the following: Your video card may not fully support DirectX 9.0. Check to see if an updated driver is available for your card. Your video card hardware may be sufficient for full DirectX 9 support. You will need to upgrade your card." I have a HP Pavilion dv8t notebook w/ 6GB RAM, NVidia 230GT card w/ 1GB, running Windows 7 (64-bit). I've uninstalled Roxio Creator 2011 Pro, gone through and manually removed all directories, gone into regedit and removed all references to Roxio and reinstalled from scratch with the same results. Even reinstalled DirectX.
  11. I've tried every conceivable method of resolving this. I started with downloading and install in safe mode w/ same results. I went back and did a clean uninstall/ install w/ msconfig set to turn off start up items. I then got into this loop of constantly installing Roxio CinePlayer and restarting the computer. I then tried to update and got the same error message as before.
  12. Attempted to install SP4 for Roxio Creater 2009 and get the error described in title. Even did msconfig and did Diagnostic startup with same results. Any ideas? I had the same problem w/ SP3 and just gave up. Even tried uninstalling and reinstalling with same results.
  13. Not according to Roxio - Creator 2009 has SP2.
  14. Went to update to SP2 and when it goes through installation get message "failed to extract file from archive: diff_000021.dif." If tried to run directly from update and have downloaded and attempted install from download with same results. Running Windows Vista 32 Ultimate SP1.
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