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Music Disc Creator 9

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All programs were working fine until I clean my registry using Smart PC freeware.

 

Now the Music Disc Creator won't open, just hangs up and says "Please wait....loading components".

 

Any help 'll be appreciated since my RESTORE utility was OFF means no Registry backup.

 

 

Windows XP

Media Center Edition 2002

Service pack 2

 

 

 

 

Regards

Gabriel

 

 

 

PS: I don't want reinstall all programs, you know some times takes it til two hours or so.

 

 

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:unsure::blink::unsure::blink::unsure:

 

All programs were working fine until I clean my registry using Smart PC freeware.

 

Now the Music Disc Creator won't open, just hangs up and says "Please wait....loading components".

 

Any help 'll be appreciated since my RESTORE utility was OFF means no Registry backup.

 

 

Windows XP

Media Center Edition 2002

Service pack 2

 

 

 

 

Regards

Gabriel

 

 

 

PS: I don't want reinstall all programs, you know some times takes it til two hours or so.

 

I never heard of Smart PC, but if it lets you tweak the settings, set it to ignore Roxio and Sonic register entries.

 

Before going through a complete reinstall, try a Repair via Add/Remove Programs. Click on Change. You may need to have the Roxio Program disc to be in your DVD drive.

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I never heard of Smart PC, but if it lets you tweak the settings, set it to ignore Roxio and Sonic register entries.

 

Before going through a complete reinstall, try a Repair via Add/Remove Programs. Click on Change. You may need to have the Roxio Program disc to be in your DVD drive.

 

Thanks for your replay grandpabruce

 

I did a repair and it doesn’t work also Task manager shows MusicDiscCreator.exe 100% CPU usage.

Now trying to edit text in videowave the Os crashes I sent the fatal error report to Microsoft website

 

ERROR Graphic card driver issue

SOLUTION Update the Graphic Card Driver

 

I updated the driver with no results also I checked display settings

 

Screen resolution: 1280 x 800

Color quality: 32 bits

Refresh rate: 60 hertz

Color correction: Default

 

What I’m missing?

 

 

Any help is welcome.

 

 

 

Regards

 

Gaby

 

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Thanks for your replay grandpabruce

 

I did a repair and it doesn’t work also Task manager shows MusicDiscCreator.exe 100% CPU usage.

Now trying to edit text in videowave the Os crashes I sent the fatal error report to Microsoft website

 

ERROR Graphic card driver issue

SOLUTION Update the Graphic Card Driver

 

I updated the driver with no results also I checked display settings

 

Screen resolution: 1280 x 800

Color quality: 32 bits

Refresh rate: 60 hertz

Color correction: Default

 

What I’m missing?

 

 

Any help is welcome.

 

 

 

Regards

 

Gaby

 

What video card do you have?

 

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After you provided information on your video card and then have updated the drivers, then:

 

Try opening Music Disc Creator either from the Windows Start Programs menu or from Sound editor.

 

For the Windows program open, it will be under EMC 9 and then audio.

 

From Sound Editor, add a piece of music and then select to add to Music Disc Creator (on the left). Music Disc Creator will open.

 

There was an early thread that I can't find about editing a registry entry to delete the Roxio folder. I would not advice it unless neither one of the above fixes the problem. Post back if you can't open it and I'll do a more thorough search of this site.

 

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Hi guys

 

First of all I want to Thanks for your help

 

Easy media creator issue fixed:

I opened other Administrator account and problem fixed

 

Still video card crash problem when add/editing text effect in VideoWave

 

Here is video card info:

Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile Report

945 GM express Chipset family

 

 

Driver Version: 6.14.10.4436

Operating System: Windows XP* Professional, Service Pack 2 (5.1.2600)

Default Language: English

DirectX* Version: 9.0

Physical Memory: 1013 MB

Minimum Graphics Memory: 8 MB

Maximum Graphics Memory: 128 MB

Graphics Memory in Use: 10 MB

Processor: x86 family 6 Model 14 Stepping 8

Processor Speed: 1862 MHZ

Vendor ID: 8086

Device ID: 27A2

Device Revision: 03

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

 

Regards

 

Gaby

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Hi guys

 

First of all I want to Thanks for your help

 

Easy media creator issue fixed:

I opened other Administrator account and problem fixed

 

Still video card crash problem when add/editing text effect in VideoWave

 

Here is video card info:

Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile Report

945 GM express Chipset family

 

 

Driver Version: 6.14.10.4436

Operating System: Windows XP* Professional, Service Pack 2 (5.1.2600)

Default Language: English

DirectX* Version: 9.0

Physical Memory: 1013 MB

Minimum Graphics Memory: 8 MB

Maximum Graphics Memory: 128 MB

Graphics Memory in Use: 10 MB

Processor: x86 family 6 Model 14 Stepping 8

Processor Speed: 1862 MHZ

Vendor ID: 8086

Device ID: 27A2

Device Revision: 03

 

 

Thanks in advance

 

 

 

Regards

 

Gaby

 

Is that a laptop computer? If not, get a new stand alone video card. What you have is an integrated (onboard) video chip.

 

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That's correct.

It is a Toshiba laptop

Satellite A105-S4034

 

Regards

 

Gaby

 

Not much you can do, except dump that Smart PC, and do a clean install of your Roxio software.

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That's correct.

It is a Toshiba laptop

Satellite A105-S4034

 

Regards

 

Gaby

That is very similar to my old Toshiba (that I gave away). The following is not for everyone but Toshiba is very bad about providing updated drivers for their computers, so you may have to rely on Microsoft. :blink: Go to the Windows update site and select custom. The site will search your computer and may find an updated video driver. Double check to make sure that it is newer than the one on your computer. If it is, install it.

 

After it installs, make sure you set the rendering to "software" by going to VideoWave or My DVD, select tools from the top menu, then options and put a dot near software.

 

It may allow you to run the program without the crashes.

 

You might also want to go to the Toshiba or MS site and see if there are updated drivers for your audio chipset.

 

Let us know how you make out.

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