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I Installed EMC 10. I get the message "runtime error C +++" etc. This happens before I even I try to click and load the program. If I try to click and load the program it gives me another error. The funny thing is the program also works just fine. It works fine in Administrator mode. In the other mode it gives me these error messages. I don't know exactly what the problem is.

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EMC 10 is supposed to run in user accounts that are Admin only - if you are trying to run as a restricted user, then you can have problems (as you found out)

 

How are you suppose to fix that? Cause it would he hassle to have to be logged on the computer as the Administrator every time I want to edit a video in EMC 10. Is there any way to fix this problem?

 

I have an older dell computer with a 2.69 GHZ Pentium 4 Processor, 1 Gig of Ram, a Nvida FX 5200 graphics card, and XP installed on my computer. My graphics card isn't that great but otherwise I am well above the system requirements for running EMC 10 on my computer. The program woks just fine in Administrator Mode so compatibility with the computer is not the problem.

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How are you suppose to fix that? Cause it would he hassle to have to be logged on the computer as the Administrator every time I want to edit a video in EMC 10. Is there any way to fix this problem?

 

I have an older dell computer with a 2.69 GHZ Pentium 4 Processor, 1 Gig of Ram, a Nvida FX 5200 graphics card, and XP installed on my computer. My graphics card isn't that great but otherwise I am well above the system requirements for running EMC 10 on my computer. The program woks just fine in Administrator Mode so compatibility with the computer is not the problem.

 

It's compatibility with the way you have your computer set up!

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You simply change the user account to have administrator privileges in control panel, users - simpls as that

 

So exactly to use the program do you have to be in administrator mode? It would seem stupid if you cant edit program as a guest user. Can I set the parameters in Administrator mode so the program will work as a guest user?

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Nope - it does say that the account HAS to be run in administrative mode

 

What's the big problem with that> If it's a private computer, then there should be no worries - if it's public, you don't want to hand out CD and DVD authoring privileges or you will get the DRM guys all over you onve the little darlings start making pirate stuff (and don't scoff - seen it happen)

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So exactly to use the program do you have to be in administrator mode? It would seem stupid if you cant edit program as a guest user. Can I set the parameters in Administrator mode so the program will work as a guest user?

You could set up another User Account, other than the Administrator or Guest.

 

I have different 'User Accounts' for different members of my family on my WinXP computer and some of them have Administrative priviledges and some don't. As stated, you go to Start/ Control Panel/ User Account in WinXP and they'll tell you how to set up another account.

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You could set up another User Account, other than the Administrator or Guest.

 

I have different 'User Accounts' for different members of my family on my WinXP computer and some of them have Administrative priviledges and some don't. As stated, you go to Start/ Control Panel/ User Account in WinXP and they'll tell you how to set up another account.

 

Does EMC 2009 have the same problem? I'm always loged onto as BOB and not in admin mode. Im only Admin mode when I want to install something on the computer. Why should I have to be in Admin mode if I want to edit a video with EMC 10. I have Sony Vegas 8 and Movie Edit Pro 11 and I don't have to be in Administrator mode just to use the program. I didn't get this program so every time I want to make a video I have to be Administrator mode. I'm just trying to figure out what I am suppose to do. It seems like being in Administrator mode is the only way to work and I didn't spend the $30 just to figure out I would have this problem with the software.

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ALL EMC suites have had to be run with administratior privileges

 

Think what you are doing - you are editing (altering) files on the computer - now that implies a permission level which is secure enough to do it. Guest users are blocked from editing/altering files which is as it should be

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ALL EMC suites have had to be run with administratior privileges

 

Think what you are doing - you are editing (altering) files on the computer - now that implies a permission level which is secure enough to do it. Guest users are blocked from editing/altering files which is as it should be

 

OH OK cause my other programs I have used work just fine without being the Administrator. I'm constantly on the internet and going to various websites. Trying to go to safe websites but by being guest mode you don't have to worry about files being installed on your computer you don't want. I'm only in Administrator mode if I need to update something or install some program I bought. I use Sony Vegas 8, Magix Movie Edit Pro 11, and other programs that work fine without being the Administrator.

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