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process suspends after choosing "create new project", DVD

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I am trying to create a DVD of my own materiial. I can open myDVD LE v7 , select "video", then "create video", but when I choose

either "DVD" or "VCD", the process suspends and turns into an icon in the taskbar. This is a new problem. Things used to work just fine.

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Did you download, or allow Windows auto-update to download, Internet Explorer 7 and/or WinPlayer 11 since the last time it worked?

 

Lynn

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Did you download, or allow Windows auto-update to download, Internet Explorer 7 and/or WinPlayer 11 since the last time it worked?

 

Lynn

That is entirely possible, though I'm not sure of the order of events. I now have IE7.0.5730.11.

Yesterday I uninstalled Winamp and reinstalled with 5.5.

 

By "winplayer" do you mean winamp, or WMV?

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Both IE 7 and Windows Media Player 11 are from Vista, and make changes deep within the WinXP or Win2K Operating System. It "breaks" a lot of software by overwriting code and/or registry entries that the software uses.

 

Decide which you'd rather keep - the Windows updates or the software - and either rollback the updates (you may need to do a repair install afterward) or seek out Vista-compatible replacement programs.

 

Info on rollback is here:

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=23162

 

Lynn

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Both IE 7 and Windows Media Player 11 are from Vista, and make changes deep within the WinXP or Win2K Operating System. It "breaks" a lot of software by overwriting code and/or registry entries that the software uses.

 

Decide which you'd rather keep - the Windows updates or the software - and either rollback the updates (you may need to do a repair install afterward) or seek out Vista-compatible replacement programs.

 

Info on rollback is here:

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=23162

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Lynn

 

The only reason that I have a windows machine is for audiovisual software that isn't readily available for linux. When I want an operating system microsoft is not my first choice. So I uninstalled/rolled back to IE 6

and wmp 10. I got a little carried away and also removed some windows thing with "runtime" inh the name that I now see the uninstall instructions say not to do, also something with "move" in the name. I repaired myDVD. I still have the same problem but perhaps for new reasons.

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See if the links in this thead help:

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=32021

 

Lynn

 

I didn't find anything. Repeated repair installs on myDVD and rebooting doesn't help.

I don't get any error msg.

 

I do still have a security download for IE 7 but I can't uninstall it. I think this is why IE 7.0 appears in the list of installed programs with no option to remove or change.

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