dynar400 Posted August 5, 2008 Report Share Posted August 5, 2008 Hi : First of all, after reading a thousand plus questions in this Roxio 6 forum, I understand the following: 1º You guys don’t do windows. 2nd. You are not Roxio employees, and 3rd. “you are just a bunch of users like myself trying to help each other,” thank you. With this in mind, please bear with me and hopefully you can help me. I am not a teckie, so teckie lingo sends me to Hades. I have stacks and stacks of LP’s and cassettes collected over thirty years of travelling overseas for work. Several years ago I decided that before my grandkids started using the LP’s as frisbees I wanted to preserve this music in digital format. I bought Roxio version 6 and immediately became enamored with it, very very user friendly. All I need and want is a system that can convert from analog to digital and then to convert the rxs format to wma, a bare bones system that do that is what I want. Of course I also want to read CD’s and put them into the Data Base. Do not need any other feature in the program. After more than 15,000 conversions from .rxs to .wma the software decided that it doesn’t want to convert anymore. Why? I still can record from analog to digital but if I cannot convert the rxs format, what good is that? And I still have easily another 6 to 8 thousands songs to go. I know that this product has been out of production for at least four years and no company can be expected to support a product indefinitely. There is no money there. I think I must have changed some parameters, but as much as I have looked, with my limited technical knowledge, I have not been able to correct it. I have reinstalled it several times, to no avail. Any ideas? Thanks a lot. PS. You may see me in another forum (Music Lab 10), I have been taken there, kicking and screaming, but I don’t like it. Not as user friendly as ver. 6 and too many bells and whistles that I do need. Ciao Dynar400 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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