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Does that mean that there are no "packs" available for Roxio 2009? I just bought it thinking it would be an upgrade from EMC10 and am THOROUGHLY disappointed so far! Not only have I not been able to find any new features or functionality (aside from the spiffy new interface, which really doesn't matter to me and definitely was not worth spending any monrey on) - but there is less content!!

Am I missing something here?

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Did you install the Content for Creator 2009? There should be 80 or so MyDVD themes.

 

No, I didn't. I purchased it online, and the confirmation pointed me to a an option to download: RoxioCreator2009_DownloadManager.exe

 

From there it downloaded the software (after several crashes), but no content. Any idea where I should have found that?

 

Thanks so much for your help!

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You should have downloaded TWO files - you still need to download the content

Well, I kinda figured that after seeing the other post - which prompted my memory that the last version had that too :)

 

The only problem with that is, it didn't give me an option to download another file, so I don't know where to do that. I will go back to the info I got and try it again...

 

thank you for your help!

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Contact customer services if you can't find the download info

 

How big was the file you got?

I tried the download manager again, and this time it downloaded 2 files (well, at least it's in the process of downloading the second file now). It must have been interrupted last time. Hopefully I'll be able to get it work now - again, your advice and help is much appreciated!

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A quick tip - once you have both files on the hard drive, open them with winzip or winrar and extract each to a temporary folder - then burn the contents of each folder to CD and you then have a backup copy all ready in case you need it

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A quick tip - once you have both files on the hard drive, open them with winzip or winrar and extract each to a temporary folder - then burn the contents of each folder to CD and you then have a backup copy all ready in case you need it

Good point - I had done that with EMC10 as well, which came in handy after my last PC came down with a virus :blink:

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