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Hi , I have saved a project of a DVD booklet and now when I go to open it, I get an out of memory error, don't understand why?

I've also been getting some mesaages about a module has stopped working.

 

I am running Roxio Label Creator V9

Win Vista 64bit Ultimate

Nvida Ge Force 800 video card

4gb ram.

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Hi , I have saved a project of a DVD booklet and now when I go to open it, I get an out of memory error, don't understand why?

I've also been getting some mesaages about a module has stopped working.

 

I am running Roxio Label Creator V9

Win Vista 64bit Ultimate

Nvida Ge Force 800 video card

4gb ram.

The text of those "some messages" might be the clue about what is failing…

 

In any case it might be a good idea to go into Add/Remove Programs and run a Repair option for V9.

 

After rebooting, create a simple project in Label Creator, save it and close the program. Start the program again and see if it will load the test project.

 

Then try the one you were having trouble with – it could be corrupted.

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Hi, thanks for reply.

 

Out of memory was the only message I got. Which thinking about it may of had something to do with images I had inside file. Although I do not no why it would on just one label file and not the others.

Anyway I sort of did what you said ( didn't uninstall or reinstall anything)

Just deleted the file that had the problem and started a new from scratch, now all seems okay.

 

I have noticed a couple of times when I have closed the Label maker prgram, I get an RM DB9 module error

 

Although I think that is more Vista issue than Roxio Label creator, as I get that sort of errors with a couple of other programs when I exit from them. Although they say the program has not full installed, yet it has.

Vista is a real funny one, never had issues like this with XP even before Service packs. Maybe it's because I running the 64bit version.

 

I'll be very surprised we don't see a Service pack for Vista anytime soon.

 

Cheers

Phil

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