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burned DVD is missing pictures!


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First of all, I am running Windows Vista Home Premium and EMC 9.

 

I created my first MyDVD project, and it has six different menus, a handful of movies, and several slideshows. When I first burned the project to DVD, I stuck the disc in my DVD player, and while it has the appropriate links to all the slideshows, over half of the pictures are missing! (And I double-checked that they were still in the project by running back to my computer and making sure they were, in fact, still there.)

 

So I thought maybe it was a software glitch. I tried burning a second DVD, and different things are missing. For example, the background image is missing on my main menu. Many pictures are missing from slideshows. Background audio starts in the middle of the song rather than at the beginning of the song. Etc., etc., etc.

 

Anyone out there have any clue what's happening? Perhaps you could confirm my idiocy, because this program is sure making me feel like one. :blink:

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I had some of the same things happen....things would change each time I tried to burn a slide show, etc., pictures would drop out, audio would disappear, etc. I eventually ended up doing a full system restore, reinstalling Roxio, and staying off the internet and NOT installing vista updates....works fine most of the time.....the 'weird' things that were happening are no longer (for the time being anyway). I am running an EMC9 version that's 2 years old. This might not be your solution, but it worked for me.

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I had some of the same things happen....things would change each time I tried to burn a slide show, etc., pictures would drop out, audio would disappear, etc. I eventually ended up doing a full system restore, reinstalling Roxio, and staying off the internet and NOT installing vista updates....works fine most of the time.....the 'weird' things that were happening are no longer (for the time being anyway). I am running an EMC9 version that's 2 years old. This might not be your solution, but it worked for me.
I don;t see how that's possible. It's only been available for 11 months.
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