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After installing Creator 2009, I got the following message when I click the icon to start the program:

Could not find the file "RoxioCentralFx.exe".

The program seems to be looking in a folder called C:\Program files(x86)\Roxio\Roxio Central 4\Roxio Central 4 (don't know why the installer puts a ROXIO CENTRAL 4 folder inside another ROXIO CENTRAL 4 folder),

while the actual file is in C:\program files(x86)\Roxio Creator 2009\Roxio Central 4.

 

If I try to copy the file from the folder ROXIO CREATOR 2009\ROXIO CENTRAL 4 to the folder ROXIO\ROXIO CENTRAL 4 (or the ROXIO CENTRAL 4 subfolder inside this folder), then creator 2009 either crashes or runs into a loop with the following requester: "Please wait while Windows configures Roxio Creator 2009".

THE SETUP MUST UPDATE FILES OR SERVICES THAT CANNOT BE UPDATED WHILE THE SYSTEM IS RUNNING. IF YOU CHOOSE TO CONTINUE, A REBOOT WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE SETUP.

This requester pops up everytime I try to start the program. It then configures for a while, and then tells me to reboot my system. After rebooting the same happens over again.

This happens every time I start Creator 2009, and I can't figure out what's wrong.

 

If I try to cancel this update/configuring process, the program eventually starts but I get errors in every program I try to open from the Roxio central, like:

 

EDIT VIDEO AUTOMATICALLY: Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Error

in Program Files\Roxio Shared\11.0\SharedCom\RoxWizardLauncher11.exe -R6025 - pure virtual function call

 

EDIT VIDEO - ADVANCED: ERROR: Unable to load skin

 

CREATE DVDs: Skin image "Loading.png" found but cannot be loaded

- and then "RoxWizardLauncher Module has stopped working"

 

I had no problems installing the program - I have tried a clean install as well, but the same thing happens every time.

 

I'm running Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit on Intel Core2 Duo E6850 3,0 GHz, Asus P5E motherboard (X38 chipset), 4 GB ddr2 ram (1066 MHz FSB).

Please help!

 

 

Disable the User Account Control in Windows Vista, this this is located under control panel User Accounts

 

 

Try turning off User Account Control, in Control Panel, User Accounts

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