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Copy And Convert Runtime Error


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Hi , Im no expert like you guys on here or at roxio , but here is a possible fix maybe for an error when you get abnormal termination or r6025 error video stops converting at 50 per cent and two error messages pop up one saying abnorma terminatio copy convert exe 11 then forgive if i got error number wrong but visual runtime error, I retrieved my roxio dvd and reintalled direct x from the folder cancelling install and exploring dvd untill i found it, double clicked reintalled it , rebooted pc , went online and installed nov 2008 dirext x update, rebooted again, installed visual c 2008 , rebooted , i already had visual c 2005 on pc but thought oh well its bust anyway so take a shot at it , rebooted and roxio did its job fine, I didnt have to uninstall ANYTHING! NOT EVEN DO A CLEAN REINSTALL

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Hi , Im no expert like you guys on here or at roxio , but here is a possible fix maybe for an error when you get abnormal termination or r6025 error video stops converting at 50 per cent and two error messages pop up one saying abnorma terminatio copy convert exe 11 then forgive if i got error number wrong but visual runtime error, I retrieved my roxio dvd and reintalled direct x from the folder cancelling install and exploring dvd untill i found it, double clicked reintalled it , rebooted pc , went online and installed nov 2008 dirext x update, rebooted again, installed visual c 2008 , rebooted , i already had visual c 2005 on pc but thought oh well its bust anyway so take a shot at it , rebooted and roxio did its job fine, I didnt have to uninstall ANYTHING! NOT EVEN DO A CLEAN REINSTALL

 

I haven't a clue what you are trying to say in your post :blink: How about using some grammar and punctuation to make your post "readable". I have no idea what Visual C 2005 or 2008 have to do with with anything.

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