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Lost Icons for all features such as transitions and text


cwwoodson

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Lost Icons for all features such as transitions and text have been replaced with ?'s. The functionality is still there but the icon is gone.

 

I removed software and have attempted to reinstall twice. The installation process seems to have worked however when I click on the desktop icon for Roxio nothing happens. When I go to Start>Programs>Roxio there are not selections available.

 

HELP HELP HELP. I am using and have loved using 7.5.

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Lost Icons for all features such as transitions and text have been replaced with ?'s. The functionality is still there but the icon is gone.

 

I removed software and have attempted to reinstall twice. The installation process seems to have worked however when I click on the desktop icon for Roxio nothing happens. When I go to Start>Programs>Roxio there are not selections available.

 

HELP HELP HELP. I am using and have loved using 7.5.

Have you updated to IE7 lately? If yes, uninstall and roll back to IE6 since IE7 breaks EMC 7/7.5 as well as other programs. The same applies to WMP 11

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Have you updated to IE7 lately? If yes, uninstall and roll back to IE6 since IE7 breaks EMC 7/7.5 as well as other programs. The same applies to WMP 11

 

It could also be that your Media Manager Database has become corrupt.

 

The following solution is from grandpabruce

 

4. Rename the existing Media Manager database

a. Close all open applications, especially Roxio applications

b. Open 'my computer'

c. Double click on the 'C:' drive and browse to 'C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\Roxio' where 'USERNAME' is the name of the user you are currently logged in as.

d. Right click on the 'MediaManager' folder and choose rename

e. Call the folder 'MediaManager.old'

f. Now try launching the Easy Media Creator 7 Home or Media Manager

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