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I have found that the problem I'm having with a frequent, mysterious deactivation of MyDVD9 is caused by Norton SystemWorks One Button Checkup - most of us who have it installed have it set to run weekly. It lists the following as a registry error and deletes the key: WINDOWS REGISTRY SCAN: Invalid ActivX/Com Entries: The key, "CLSID-{1D9F3BDE-42BF-A436-60C90662F053}\InprocServer32," refers to a missing file, "TempVector."

 

After I did a clean install of MyDVD9 - I backed up the registry. When Norton One Button Checkup removed the above registry key - it deactivated MyDVD9. NOW - simply having One Button Checkup UNDO the key delete did NOT restore MyDVD9 to activation. I had to import the backed up registry. However, simply letting One Button Checkup delete that ONE registry key will deactivate MyDVD 9.

Again - telling Norton to restore the deletion doesn't reactivate - I have to re-import the registry file I saved after a successful clean install.

 

The solution is to have both Norton WinDoctor AND One Button Checkup ignore that Registry key as an error - have Norton NOT delete the key.

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I have found that the problem I'm having with a frequent, mysterious deactivation of MyDVD9 is caused by Norton SystemWorks One Button Checkup - most of us who have it installed have it set to run weekly. It lists the following as a registry error and deletes the key: WINDOWS REGISTRY SCAN: Invalid ActivX/Com Entries: The key, "CLSID-{1D9F3BDE-42BF-A436-60C90662F053}\InprocServer32," refers to a missing file, "TempVector."

 

After I did a clean install of MyDVD9 - I backed up the registry. When Norton One Button Checkup removed the above registry key - it deactivated MyDVD9. NOW - simply having One Button Checkup UNDO the key delete did NOT restore MyDVD9 to activation. I had to import the backed up registry. However, simply letting One Button Checkup delete that ONE registry key will deactivate MyDVD 9.

Again - telling Norton to restore the deletion doesn't reactivate - I have to re-import the registry file I saved after a successful clean install.

 

The solution is to have both Norton WinDoctor AND One Button Checkup ignore that Registry key as an error - have Norton NOT delete the key.

 

Norton WinDoctor did that to my EMC 9 Deluxe. It does not do it to my regular EMC 9.

 

I reported the problem to Roxio.

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