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Where's Xingtone?


scw1217

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When I first installed this software, I remember seeing a pop up window about xingtone. But for the life of me, I can't find it inside the software. Here's my Roxio info:

 

Roxio RecordNow 9 Music Lab

Version: 9.0.176

Build: 901B76B, RN9

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 3.0.88a, 2

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio Core

Version: 3.3.0

Build: 331B74A, RN9

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

I did not buy the Suite but the $29.99 Music Lab version. Nor did I buy it for the xingtone feature, but now that I can't locate it, it's got me wondering...

 

Prepared to look dumb,

 

S.

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According to the sales information, you have it. I don't know if there is a charge for a full version but you should have at least a lite version. Is your screen like this one?

 

 

 

Could that screen have asked if you want to install it and you declined? Try a Windows repair/install or a uninstall/reinstall. Remember to keep your anti-virus and anti-malware off when you install anything.

 

That screen doesn't look familiar to me at all. I will try uninstall/reinstall and let you know what happens!

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Plus, I should point out that my Home section doesn't have Create Ringtones either and I know I did the Full Install!
What OS are you using, XP or Vista? If Vista, I thought I saw a post before that it is not compatible with Vista yet, so it won't install even if you select it to.
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What OS are you using, XP or Vista? If Vista, I thought I saw a post before that it is not compatible with Vista yet, so it won't install even if you select it to.

 

I have XP SP2. I am wondering if it is because of its being Music Lab and not the Suite. Also, if as I read you have to pay $20 to use it, that is a moot point as well.

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I have XP SP2. I am wondering if it is because of its being Music Lab and not the Suite. Also, if as I read you have to pay $20 to use it, that is a moot point as well.

 

According to the sales information, you have it. I don't know if there is a charge for a full version but you should have at least a lite version. Is your screen like this one?

 

 

 

Could that screen have asked if you want to install it and you declined? Try a Windows repair/install or a uninstall/reinstall. Remember to keep your anti-virus and anti-malware off when you install anything.

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I don't have a Create Ringtones option on the Home Page. My screen looks like the example at the 2nd link where the other person also did not have that option. I am wondering why now...

 

Plus, I should point out that my Home section doesn't have Create Ringtones either and I know I did the Full Install!

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