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Videowave Does Not Work..

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:) Every time that I tried to start VideoWave7 it works for 20 sec, and than a window open with this mensage:

VideoWave 7 has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for he inconvenience.

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:) Every time that I tried to start VideoWave7 it works for 20 sec, and than a window open with this mensage:

VideoWave 7 has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for he inconvenience.

 

Please list your computer specs, especially your video card. We don't have much information to work with.

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Please list your computer specs, especially your video card. We don't have much information to work with.

 

 

System:

Microsoft Windows XP

Media Center Edition

Version 2002

Service Pack 2

 

HP Pavilion Intel ® Pentium® D CPU 2.80 GHz

2.80 GHz, 1.00 GB of Ram

 

Video

ATI Radeon X800 Series 256 MB DRAM

Core Clock in 398 MHz

Memory Clock 493 MHz

 

ATI CATALYST Control Center - Version 1.2.2084.76

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Please list your computer specs, especially your video card. We don't have much information to work with.

 

I am having the same problem as the originator of this thread - Videowave loads, then says the program hsa encountered a problem and must close .. etc. I have looked through the forum board for a solution and tried several that I found - none of which have made a difference. Videowave worked for a while ... now it doesn't. DVDBuilder and Capture also do not work. I have tried the repair feature - no change.

 

System:

Microsoft Windows XP

Media Center Edition 2005

Version 5.1.2715.2812 (xpsp(wmbla).051215-1116)

 

HP Pavilion Intel ® Pentium® D CPU 2.80 GHz

1 CP, 2 Cores, 2 logical processors

2.80 GHz, 2048 MB of Ram

 

Video

NViDIA GeForce 6200 Se Turbocache 256 MB DD2R-SDRAM

 

What else do you need to know?

 

Nonnie

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