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Missing Milcore.dll? And Another Strange Error.


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I've read with interest other's who were getting the Roxio needed to close error. One solution is to find the MILCORE.DLL file out on the net, download it and place it in the WINDOWS\SYSTEM32 file. Well, every site I came across charges a FEE to download this DLL. I think this is getting WAY out of hand. I just purchased this product last night and have WASTED hours on installing/uninstalling/cleaning as stated SO MANY times. I believe it is time to request a refund of the purchase and move on to a more friendlier product, unless one of the ROXIO GURU's can come up with a better suggestion.

 

The "other strange error" is "MS VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY: Runtime Error. Prog...on Files\Roxio Shared\11.0\SharedCom\ContentMerger11.exe. This application has requested the Runtime to terminate in an unusual way. Please contact the application support team for more information."

 

Any suggestions 1) where to get this DLL and 2) what's up with the Runtime error.

 

Windows XP SP2

 

Found the DLL, put it in the System32...Roxio STILL DOESN'T WORK.

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If you are considering a refund you want to make sure you get it done before your 30 days are up.

 

To be blunt, some folks are just going to have trouble and that is all there is to it. The vast majority do not but that is not going to sooth the pain if you are one of the minority…

 

If it were mine and I really wanted the program, I would grab a new HD, format it, install an OS and then Roxio.

 

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Thanks for the reply Jim..ps, born and lived in the Commonwealth of PA up until this past July...LOL. Anyway, as much as WANT the program I don't feel I should have to go through all this work for the $100 I've already spent on the software(Not including the $100 I spent 3/7/05 for EMC7 which up until now was working fine). Re-installing the operating system is not an option, all my other programs are in working order, it is only this program which appears to have way too many bugs. Nor do I want to play MS vs Sonic in my choice of operating systems. I will surf these forums today and if no fix is available then a refund it is. I've owned the program less than 24 hours.

 

Again, thank you for your reply (I've read many of your posts since last night). Enjoy the changing leaves in PA!

 

Cstuber in FL.

 

PS. Where in the System32 file should the milcore.dll be put?

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As cd indicates, nothing special, it lives in the root of the system32 directory under Windows.

 

In that we don't really know what you have done… (even if we did)

 

I would go into Add/Remove Programs and remove the NET 3.5.

 

post-39730-1223838635.jpg

 

Then with a printed copy of the Clean Install, I would go through that, skipping nothing!

 

What happens?

 

ps: I can send you a leaf.

 

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As cd indicates, nothing special, it lives in the root of the system32 directory under Windows.

 

In that we don't really know what you have done… (even if we did)

 

I would go into Add/Remove Programs and remove the NET 3.5.

 

post-39730-1223838635.jpg

 

Then with a printed copy of the Clean Install, I would go through that, skipping nothing!

 

What happens?

 

ps: I can send you a leaf.

Thanks CD And Jim. I did put the DLL in the system folder. The reason I had asked was there was a folder called DLLCACHE which is where I thought it would belong, LOL, but that would be a logical dilusion.

 

What I have done is EXACTLY what was described in the Clean instructions, step by step (more than once I will add). I printed them out and checked off as I went along. (Wanna ask my honey, he thought I was going a little overboard?) The only difference is that the Windows Install Cleanup did not show any files remaining. I scoured my drive and removed every instance of Roxio and/or Sonic and/or EMC. In my final attempt, I removed the NET 3.5. and no, Norton was not running and I have not other anti-anything running. This helped with getting the programs installed, however...

 

When I click on the desktop icon (a star), it "encounters a problem" and shuts down. When I do an explore and open each application:

CinePlayer.exe: encounters a problem, shuts down

AnalogRec11.exe: opens

DVD Music Assistance11.exe: opens

LPAndTapeAssistant11.exe: opens

MusicDiscCreator11.exe: opens

RxAudioBook11.exe: opens

RxAudioConver11.exe: opens

RxAutoMix11.exe: opens

RxMultiCDImport11.exe: opens

RxQSoundEdit11.exe: does nothing

RxTagEdit11.exe: opens

SoundEdit11.exe: opens

Creator11.exe: opens

MediaCapture11.exe: does nothing

MediaManager11.exe opens

PhotoSuite11.exe: Error--"PhotoSuite11.exe - Application Error. The instruction at "0x62105732" referenced memory at "0x016F03b0". The memory could not be read"

Retrieve11.exe: opens

RoxioCentralFx.exe: opens, then encounters a problem and shuts down

AVCServer.exe: (don't know what that could be, got a big error) "Unhandled exception has occured in a component in your application. If you click continue, the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. Cannot convert string 'Assets/3d/spherepurpleCloudMR1.png' in attribute 'Image Source' to object of type 'SystemWindows.Media.ImageSource'. No image component suitabel to complete this operation was found. Error at object 'SystemWindows.Media.ImageBrush' in markup file 'AVCGadgetWPF; component/pag1.xaml".

VideoConvert11.exe: opened

VCGProxyFileManager11.exe: does nothing

VideoWave11.exe:opens

DiscImageLoader11.exe: starts to open, then disappears.

 

Whether any of this info is helpful or whether any of these applications really do work, I haven't a clue. Again, I am running Windows XP Prof, SP2 (did not upgrade to SP3) and my .NET was reinstalled through C2009, oh, and the DLL file. So, there you have it, what I have done since around 9:00 pm last night when I purchased this product. I believe enough is enough at this point. I will request my refund and find a more OS/User friendly program suite.

 

Thank you for your assistance.

 

PS...the things I'm going to miss here in FL (from PA) are the turning leaves and the fields of corn. Other than those for now, the FISHING makes it ALL better!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Looks like a little more progress…

 

Start – All Programs – Roxio~~ Roxio Creator (icon with a star)… What happens?

 

Were you starting these applications that you listed through the Start Menu?

 

No corn, looking out my back window. Farmer when with Soybeans this year.

post-39730-1223846473.jpg

 

The clutter in my grass is what is left over from a bird.

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Thanks CD And Jim. I did put the DLL in the system folder. The reason I had asked was there was a folder called DLLCACHE which is where I thought it would belong, LOL, but that would be a logical dilusion.

 

What I have done is EXACTLY what was described in the Clean instructions, step by step (more than once I will add). I printed them out and checked off as I went along. (Wanna ask my honey, he thought I was going a little overboard?) The only difference is that the Windows Install Cleanup did not show any files remaining. I scoured my drive and removed every instance of Roxio and/or Sonic and/or EMC. In my final attempt, I removed the NET 3.5. and no, Norton was not running and I have not other anti-anything running. This helped with getting the programs installed, however...

 

When I click on the desktop icon (a star), it "encounters a problem" and shuts down. When I do an explore and open each application:

CinePlayer.exe: encounters a problem, shuts down

AnalogRec11.exe: opens

DVD Music Assistance11.exe: opens

LPAndTapeAssistant11.exe: opens

MusicDiscCreator11.exe: opens

RxAudioBook11.exe: opens

RxAudioConver11.exe: opens

RxAutoMix11.exe: opens

RxMultiCDImport11.exe: opens

RxQSoundEdit11.exe: does nothing

RxTagEdit11.exe: opens

SoundEdit11.exe: opens

Creator11.exe: opens

MediaCapture11.exe: does nothing

MediaManager11.exe opens

PhotoSuite11.exe: Error--"PhotoSuite11.exe - Application Error. The instruction at "0x62105732" referenced memory at "0x016F03b0". The memory could not be read"

Retrieve11.exe: opens

RoxioCentralFx.exe: opens, then encounters a problem and shuts down

AVCServer.exe: (don't know what that could be, got a big error) "Unhandled exception has occured in a component in your application. If you click continue, the application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. Cannot convert string 'Assets/3d/spherepurpleCloudMR1.png' in attribute 'Image Source' to object of type 'SystemWindows.Media.ImageSource'. No image component suitabel to complete this operation was found. Error at object 'SystemWindows.Media.ImageBrush' in markup file 'AVCGadgetWPF; component/pag1.xaml".

VideoConvert11.exe: opened

VCGProxyFileManager11.exe: does nothing

VideoWave11.exe:opens

DiscImageLoader11.exe: starts to open, then disappears.

 

Whether any of this info is helpful or whether any of these applications really do work, I haven't a clue. Again, I am running Windows XP Prof, SP2 (did not upgrade to SP3) and my .NET was reinstalled through C2009, oh, and the DLL file. So, there you have it, what I have done since around 9:00 pm last night when I purchased this product. I believe enough is enough at this point. I will request my refund and find a more OS/User friendly program suite.

 

Most of the programs will not "do anything" if opened directly through Windows Explorer and may even corrupt your whole suite.

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Looks like a little more progress…

 

Start – All Programs – Roxio~~ Roxio Creator (icon with a star)… What happens?

 

Were you starting these applications that you listed through the Start Menu?

 

No corn, looking out my back window. Farmer when with Soybeans this year.

post-39730-1223846473.jpg

 

The clutter in my grass is what is left over from a bird.

 

Nice pic! I have about 2 miles of woods and palms behind my yard along with a few homes that you can't see, after that it's the Gulf of Mexico.

 

The above appllications I opened the executables in Explorer.

 

So now, when I go to START > PROGRAMS > ROXIO CREATOR 2009, heres what I get:

 

Selecting the "star" Roxio Creator 2009 get the "encountered a problem and must shut down" error

Selecting the VideoWave, the program opens and seems to work, I tried adding a picture

Selecting Video Copy & Convert, the program opens but I haven't tried to do anything with it.

Sound Editor, the program has opened but again, I haven't done anything with it.

PhotoSuite11, this gets the infamous "encountered a problem and needs to shut down..." but also gets "PhotoSuite11.exe-Application Error. The exception Privileged instruction, (0xc0000096) occurred in the application at location 0x002428ad. Click on OK to terminate the program"

MyDVD, the program opens, haven't done anything with that one either just yet

Music Disc Createor, same as above, opens up ok

Media Manager, same as above, opens up ok

Label Creator, also opens up ok

Creator Classic, also seems to open up ok

CinePlayer, infamous "encountered a problem..blah blah blah"

BackOnTrack has opened successfully also.

 

Hmmmm, this means some things are working and others are not. I use this program to send DVD's to my friend in Scotland (PAL format) as well as to my friends in PA who do not have a computer but have DVD players. This program, EMC7, has been my communication tool and I desperately hated to lose it.

 

Now, going by the above programs that are having a problem, do you have any suggestions? Maybe we can by-pass the "refund" thing.

 

Thanks a bunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

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That file is a Microsoft file, it's their "MIL Core Library". It's not a Sonic/Roxio file.

 

In my Vista system there's a copy in \Windows\System32 and there's also a copy way down in \Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-. . . . . directories with the huge long path name.

 

Rather than just dropping a copy in \Windows\System32 you may have to register the DLL to make it work.

 

Question is, how did it go missing from \Windows\System32 in the first place?

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That file is a Microsoft file, it's their "MIL Core Library". It's not a Sonic/Roxio file.

 

In my Vista system there's a copy in \Windows\System32 and there's also a copy way down in \Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-. . . . . directories with the huge long path name.

 

Rather than just dropping a copy in \Windows\System32 you may have to register the DLL to make it work.

 

Question is, how did it go missing from \Windows\System32 in the first place?

 

Thanks for the info Brendon. How do you go about "registering" a DLL? LOL, never heard of such a thing but then again, I've not this problem with a DLL. I checked it's digital certificate which is there, expires 2/22/2009. As far as it disappearing, from what I've read here it has to do with a MS update along the way.

 

Thanks for the info Brendon. How do you go about "registering" a DLL? LOL, never heard of such a thing but then again, I've not this problem with a DLL. I checked it's digital certificate which is there, expires 2/22/2009. As far as it disappearing, from what I've read here it has to do with a MS update along the way.

 

 

Just had a VideoWave11 has encountered a problem and needs to shut down, after I had selected "New CineMagic Productoin"....not a good thing.

"VideoWave11.exe-Application Error. The instruction at "0x001e03f8" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "wirtten". Click on OK to terminate the program"

 

 

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Thanks for the info Brendon. How do you go about "registering" a DLL? LOL, never heard of such a thing but then again, I've not this problem with a DLL. I checked it's digital certificate which is there, expires 2/22/2009. As far as it disappearing, from what I've read here it has to do with a MS update along the way.

 

This DLL seems to be tied up with Windows' video handling - which could explain why some of the Creator 2009 applications have been disabled while others haven't.

 

In XP, registering DLLs is quite easy but doing the same thing in Vista might be thwarted by Vista's UAC [user Account Control]. I don't have Vista running at the moment to check.

 

Do an Internet search on "register a dll in vista" and you should see a heap of posts there on how to use the RegSvr32.exe to register DLLs.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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