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Error 000D on EMC 8



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Thanks for getting back.


I have Windows XP Home SP2 all up-to-date and 9.89Gb free space. Is there anything else you require? :)


I doubt very much that 9.89GB of free space are enought to run EMC 8 even if you do get it installed. You might be able to do a bit of data copying and even burn some audio CDs but no video work.

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I have started to remove unwanted files. How much space do you think I require?


I have noticed that although Windows delete reports that it has removed EMC8, if I use a more robust delete application it shows:


Roxio CinePlayer

Roxio Creator Suite Home

Roxio DVD Info Pro

Roxio RecordNowAudio

Roxio RecordNowCopy

Roxio RecordNowData

Roxio RecordNowTools


I rechecked the register and although no Roxio and Sonic entries appear under HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software and HKEY_LOCAL_USER Software, there are several reference to them under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. The latter is not mentioned in the Roxio notes about a clean removal of all traces of Roxio and Sonic.


Should I use the more robust application removal tool and also remove additional references found under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT. In the meantime I will continue to increase the free space available on my PC. Again, thanks for your help.


PC Details:

Dell Dimensions 8250

Intel Pentium 4 2.53GHz


60GB IDE hard drive (7200 rpm)

Windows XP Home SP2 and fully updated

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