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  1. Joe Kenny

    Videowave And Mydvd

    Hi, I'm new to this forum and I hope that I've posted this question in the correct catagory. I've been a Roxio user since 2005. Recently updated to Roxio NXT3. I lost a disk on my old system with many of my original videos on it. I did have backup of those files but not all of the files that were included in making the videos. When I edit an existing video I receive a warning that all files associated with the video cannot be found. However it will let me select "SKIP" and will allow me to edit the video. I've made quite a few changes to the video and I am now ready to burn a DVD. However, when I start up MyDVD, it too lets me know that all of the files cannot be found but, will not allow me to proceed. The files missing are just a couple of .WAV files and are really not necessary in the video. When I play the section of the video that uses these files in the production, it justs skips over that section of video. Is there any workaround for this problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance Joe Kenny