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R6025 And Explorer Script Error.

Jim Peterborough ON


I am using PC with windows XP Professional SP3 and EMC 9 installed. On opening program continually get Internet Explorer Script Error as follows:

Line: 0 Char: 0 Error: script error Code: 0


On clicking box Yes or No .. Program runs This error has always popped up from day of first install 2008 I donot use Internet Explorer, I use Chrome

On calling ROXIO tech support yesterday I was advised to do a "Repair" Install, now not only do I get the above error but a new one appears as follows:

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime error "application requested runtime to terminate in an unusual way" followed by this mssg "R6025 pure virtual function call"

On call back Tech Support advise they no longer provide support for this program & attempted to coerce me into purchasing a NEW program NXT3


Anybody know of a fix or workaround for these errors??

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To start, go to HP and update all drivers and perhaps even the bios. Folloow instructions exactly. Your video driver is from 2009 and may be out of date. I'm not a big fan of updating Bios but it may be necessary in your case.


Did you include all information from the dxdiag.exe file? The newer versions give soem error reports at the end.


Just a caution. you have an AMD Athlon processor. It just may not be fast enough to give you trouble free processing when you do get the program running.

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Jim and Steve,


When you run Creator one of the first things it does is 'phone home' to Roxio and get their latest "Welcome" message.

Some time after Easy Media Creator 9 they changed their scripting software, and ever since then EMC 9 has been popping up that script error.


Please see this topic, where it was explained last year


The 'R6025 pure virtual function call' error is not linked to the scripting error, but is something caused by your attempts at a cure, and shoul;d be treated separately.




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