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I hope someone can help. I recently installed Roxio Easy Media Creator 9 and after updating almost all firmware and software and drivers I got the program to work.

 

However, when I try to burn a slideshow to dvd to play on a TV in MyDVD I get the following error:

 

"The current output device was removed. Error whihe Encoding Movie1".

 

I can burn data and music disks just not a DVD playable on a TV

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

I am running a 1.2GH Pentium 4 Dell Dimension system with a ATI Radeon DDR video card with 32mb ram. My computer has 720 MB of Rambus memory. I have a Plextor PX-716A DVD burner.

 

Thanks for any and all anticiipated help.

 

Fred

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I hope someone can help. I recently installed Roxio Easy Media Creator 9 and after updating almost all firmware and software and drivers I got the program to work.

 

However, when I try to burn a slideshow to dvd to play on a TV in MyDVD I get the following error:

 

"The current output device was removed. Error whihe Encoding Movie1".

 

I can burn data and music disks just not a DVD playable on a TV

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

I am running a 1.2GH Pentium 4 Dell Dimension system with a ATI Radeon DDR video card with 32mb ram. My computer has 720 MB of Rambus memory. I have a Plextor PX-716A DVD burner.

 

Thanks for any and all anticiipated help.

 

Fred

 

 

Sorry, but your computer does not meet the minimum requirements for doing video work.

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/...quirements.html

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I hope someone can help. I recently installed Roxio Easy Media Creator 9 and after updating almost all firmware and software and drivers I got the program to work.

 

However, when I try to burn a slideshow to dvd to play on a TV in MyDVD I get the following error:

 

"The current output device was removed. Error whihe Encoding Movie1".

 

I can burn data and music disks just not a DVD playable on a TV

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

I am running a 1.2GH Pentium 4 Dell Dimension system with a ATI Radeon DDR video card with 32mb ram. My computer has 720 MB of Rambus memory. I have a Plextor PX-716A DVD burner.

 

Thanks for any and all anticiipated help.

 

Fred

Your computer doesn't seem to be up to snuff. Look here for the system requirements for EMC9.

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Sorry, but your computer does not meet the minimum requirements for doing video work.

 

http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/...quirements.html

 

 

Thanks for getting back to me. I did burn an ISO image file to my hard drive and then copied it to my DVD recorder and that worked fine. I guess a 7 year old computer just doesn't cut it anymore. I am surprised that I can do all other work in the program but just not burning a DVD.

 

Thanks again for the info.

 

Fred

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Thanks for getting back to me. I did burn an ISO image file to my hard drive and then copied it to my DVD recorder and that worked fine. I guess a 7 year old computer just doesn't cut it anymore. I am surprised that I can do all other work in the program but just not burning a DVD.

 

Thanks again for the info.

 

Fred

 

 

You are welcome. My backup computer, with the RAMBUS in it, died last August. I still think that the RAMBUS RAM was faster than the first generation DDR RAM.

 

If you can find a faster processor, and a better video card, for that computer, it would work. However, you are probably better off getting a new computer and keep that one for backup.

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Consider yourself lucky that you can even complete an ISO but if it works........

 

Actually, the ISO file completed without a hitch. Until I get a new computer, maybe with my tax return, I can eliminate this middle step. Again thanks for the quick response.

 

You are welcome. My backup computer, with the RAMBUS in it, died last August. I still think that the RAMBUS RAM was faster than the first generation DDR RAM.

 

If you can find a faster processor, and a better video card, for that computer, it would work. However, you are probably better off getting a new computer and keep that one for backup.

 

 

I do plan to get a new computer sometime this year, maybe with my tax return. I agree with your comment about the Rambus memory. At the time it was the faster memory being put into computers.

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Actually, the ISO file completed without a hitch. Until I get a new computer, maybe with my tax return, I can eliminate this middle step. Again thanks for the quick response.

I do plan to get a new computer sometime this year, maybe with my tax return. I agree with your comment about the Rambus memory. At the time it was the faster memory being put into computers.

 

I hope that when you get one, you don't have any problems with the software. If you do, stop back in.

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