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DEP Compatible Version Error


Mimi Rhonda
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I just installed Roxio 2010 Pro. When I run the program, within a minute or so, I get an error stating that Windows encountered a problem and is shutting down the program. Following Windows Help and Support prompts, I am informed that Roxio 2010 may be a "harmful program" by attempting to run/execute code from system memory locations reserved for Windows. Data Execution Prevention (DEP) shuts down Roxio 2010 because it's using memory incorrectly.

I installed Roxio's SP1 update and got the same error. Anyone else get this error and if so, what have you done to correct it? Through Windows Help and Support, I have found that I do have the option to "turn off DEP for individual programs." Before I do this, I would like to explore other options of getting around this error.

Thanks for any help anyone can give me.

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I just installed Roxio 2010 Pro. When I run the program, within a minute or so, I get an error stating that Windows encountered a problem and is shutting down the program. Following Windows Help and Support prompts, I am informed that Roxio 2010 may be a "harmful program" by attempting to run/execute code from system memory locations reserved for Windows. Data Execution Prevention (DEP) shuts down Roxio 2010 because it's using memory incorrectly.

I installed Roxio's SP1 update and got the same error. Anyone else get this error and if so, what have you done to correct it? Through Windows Help and Support, I have found that I do have the option to "turn off DEP for individual programs." Before I do this, I would like to explore other options of getting around this error.

Thanks for any help anyone can give me.

 

Turn off DEP!

 

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