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The Highlander

Easy Media Creator 10 Deluxe Install on WinXP SP2

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Ok these are the steps for the install of the deluxe version on windows XP SP2.

step one is buy the software from http://www.roxio.com/enu/products/creator/...e/overview.html

 

after you have done this you will receive a email from the Roxio store with your CD key (serial number) and a download link for the main Program and or content install

 

the files will be as showin or as a DVD, please allso note that the Dazzel drivers included in Deluxe for Win XP and Vista 32 Bit.

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Please Note:

(THIS INSTALL WILL TAKE SOME TIME TO DO, AND ON SOME PC's IT WILL TAKE A LONG TIME, JUST HANG IN THERE)

 

ALSO NOTE

1. Make sure ALL antivirus is disabled or turned off

2. No other older D2D or version 8 EMC or older is installed (version 9 is ok)

3. dont have any other programes running wile the install is working.

 

 

Once the files has been downloaded to your computer hard drive you can start the install.

 

Main Suite Instalation:

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Now we will install the content CD

 

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Remember this is a guide, there may be other messages you get , if you do please post back under the correct part of the forum with the make , model , OS version and as much info about the issue you have.

 

Have fun and good burning.

Edited by The Highlander

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