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Error: "video Wave 9 Has Stopped Working"


d bach

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I have Roxio Easy CD and DVD burning in the red Vista Compatible box. Bought it from Walmart. When I try to open "My DVD" all I get is an error "video wave 9 has stopped working" Then vista shuts it down. Most everything else works. I have noticed the program is slow, very slow at times.

 

I have a Dell Inspiron 1503 Notebook.

VISTA OS.

Ram is maxed out.

 

Any one know how to fix this?

Does Roxio read these entries?

 

Maybe I should have bought NERO?

 

d bach

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Keep us posted, I think everyone has gotten it installed and running after a try or 2.

 

 

OK did the clean install.

 

Now "My DVD" program does not show up. Rathert than the 4 selections I had, now I have 2. Now it shows "QuickDVD" and "Capture Video" the other two selections are MIA. One was "My DVD" and the other was "Capture Audio" if I remember correctly.

 

 

Maybe I need to redo.

 

 

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Is Nero available for $30??? I'm seeing €69.99 (Euros) in the box on their site. Will ChinaMart take it back?

 

You should follow the Clean Install procedures – Here

 

 

I'll try that.

 

"Will ChinaMart take it back?"

I doubt it. I doubt if I can return Roxio.

 

Hope it works.

 

 

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OK did the clean install.

 

Now "My DVD" program does not show up. Rathert than the 4 selections I had, now I have 2. Now it shows "QuickDVD" and "Capture Video" the other two selections are MIA. One was "My DVD" and the other was "Capture Audio" if I remember correctly.

 

 

Maybe I need to redo.

Sorry but that is all you get with the Red Box…

 

It is a cut down $30 Suite. You can not really think it will have everything you find in the $99 Full Retail version!

 

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Keep us posted, I think everyone has gotten it installed and running after a try or 2.

 

 

I did a re-install. Now I have "drag to disc" running. This is news to me, it never showed up before.

 

A little progress, but I think I will have to do as you say, honestly I dread doing things like that.

 

 

 

I re-read your procedure. Good job, but one question. I see it is written for Windows XP. Will it work on Vista?

 

I do have the right release.

 

Roxio Easy CD and DVD Burning

Version: 9.0.554

Build: 905B54T, R01

Serial Number: xx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 3.4.45a, 3

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio Core

Version: 3.4.0

Build: 340B65B,

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

I don't see this product on the update list? Wonder why? Does Roxio support this version?

 

 

 

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If you check the box it should say 'Vista Compatible' so that would answer your first question ;)

 

Why don't they support it? We're still trying to work out why they released a cut-down version of an older suite in the FIRST place

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If my notes are right and that is always in question, you will need the DLA patch for Vista. (Here)

 

The version will change to 905B26B.ENU.R01 (D2D32_805) after the patch is run.

 

However before doing that, try it! If it works and no error messages are popping up, no point in applying the "fix".

 

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If you check the box it should say 'Vista Compatible' so that would answer your first question ;)

 

Why don't they support it? We're still trying to work out why they released a cut-down version of an older suite in the FIRST place

 

 

Oh yes, the box the software came in states Vista Compatible.

 

 

What I was asking was, is his procedure Vista compatible? I noticed that it was labeled Windows XP.

 

 

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