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kimtpeterson

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Just installed EMC10. What a chore! Or I think I have it all installed but not correctly.

 

I went to the Video section and found out that 60% of the functions return runtime error messages along with 'program ....iles\Roxio. shared\10.0\sharecomd\roxwizardlauncere10.exe. application has requested the turntime to terminate ....

 

MyDvD and VideoWave show 'unable to load skin'. The same message shows up on PC startup. Stopped that through msconfig.

 

How to satisfy this hungry monster? Thanx.

 

 

 

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Well, it seems that somehow I created some unintentional hostilities. My apologies.

 

I am using (trying to use) emc10 on a desktop which has a video chip not a card. Got the parts from TigerDirect and assembled so I guess it is a no name and no model.

 

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Just tried the DXSETUP.EXE and it did not help.

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That's a very low end graphics chipset and causes a lot of problems. Your best bet would be to add a dedicated graphics card (either AGP or PCIe depending on what sort of slot there is available)

 

In the meantime, update the graphics drivers from Intel and also try using software rendering and see if that helps

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That's a very low end graphics chipset and causes a lot of problems. Your best bet would be to add a dedicated graphics card (either AGP or PCIe depending on what sort of slot there is available)

 

In the meantime, update the graphics drivers from Intel and also try using software rendering and see if that helps

 

Thanks for the response. The mother board is an Intel dg33fb which has one PCIex16 graphics connector. It also has other PCIex1 connectors. Any recommendations for a card?

 

Late yesterday I updated all drivers. What does software rendering do?

 

Thanks for the help.

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Cards - ask 100 people here and you'll get 100 answers. :lol:

 

Any mid-range PCIe card will do what you need - there's no need for a top end, toss pixels round like confetti, gamer's one.

 

Software rendering - sometimes it works when hardware doesn't (but you lose the transitions)

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When you installed EMC10 on your desktop, did you do it in any particular order, i.e. OS first then emc10 or os then any other software then emc10 in the middle, etc? When I was installing emc9 the only way to make it work for me on another computer was to make it the first install after the os.

 

Incidentally, what types of homebrew? ales, meads, lagers?

 

Thanks.

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I never had any real problem with order (obviously the OS goes in first or nothing works :lol: )

 

Normally I install dribvers and then AV first (but turn it off during any further installations) - as I said, I haven't had any problems

 

'Home-Brew' is ham radio speak for any piece of equipment you put together yourself as opposed to buying a complete ready to go system

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If yoiu have one of the Realtek HD chipsets, they are very problematic (or at least I found that to be so). I eventually disabled mine and put in a cheapo Trust one. In my case, every time my external audio <> radio interface switched between transmit and receive, the blasted thing kept opening up and asking what I had inserted into which jack. The drivers for that particular sound system are being constantly updated so it could be as well checking on those or even disable them during an install

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Just installed EMC10. What a chore! Or I think I have it all installed but not correctly.

 

I went to the Video section and found out that 60% of the functions return runtime error messages along with 'program ....iles\Roxio. shared\10.0\sharecomd\roxwizardlauncere10.exe. application has requested the turntime to terminate ....

 

MyDvD and VideoWave show 'unable to load skin'. The same message shows up on PC startup. Stopped that through msconfig.

 

How to satisfy this hungry monster? Thanx.

 

Clean install instructions here:

 

http://kb.roxio.com/content/kb/Creator/000127CR

 

Don't skip any steps, or it won't work.

 

What video card do you have in that machine? Is your computer a laptop or a desktop?

 

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:o:P

 

Lets assume Kim doesn't know if Kim has a video card or a video chip (I'm assuming chip) rather than not being able to read an entire post.

 

1) At the lower left of your monitor, go to Windows Start, Select RUN. Type in "dxdiag" (no quotes). The select OK. When the window opens, you will see tabs. Select the display tab. On the left side will be the video device; on the right side will be the driver information. Paste a copy of the information in a reply. or

2) Download and install Belarc Advisor (free) and get the information on your computer in a reply. This will give you the video device but not the driver value. You will then be told to update the driver if you have not yet done that. or

3) Give us the make and model number of your computer

 

Those are three options to provide the information in the preferred order. An incomplete reply will be considered a sign that you really don't want help.

 

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