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I am using Creator 2010 with XP, lots of memory and space. Roxio has been working great for movies and

burning music CD's as well as a couple of music DVD's. I have been trying to burn 856 MP3's onto a dual layer DVD. When I tried to burn I got an error about half-way through, so I tried to save as an ISO but it

got about 20% and erred again.

 

The instruction at "0x003b1007" Referenced memory at "00x0075a8ad" The memory could not be "written".

 

After Windows closes it again I get Runtime error! program...ogram files\Roxio 2010\Audio core\DVD Music

assistant 12.exe R6025-Pure virtual Function call.

 

Makes no sense to me, does it to anybody else?.

Checked the files for any thing different between them but could not find anything.

 

Open to ideas... Bowserite.

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Why don't you run the Repair option from Add/Remove Programs?

 

I think the problem is in one you your song files, but Repair only takes a little time and won't hurt a thing.

 

If it doesn't help, try to note What song is giving it trouble. Are you creating a Music DVD or just burning a Data Disc to archive the songs?

 

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I am using Creator 2010 with XP, lots of memory and space. Roxio has been working great for movies and

burning music CD's as well as a couple of music DVD's. I have been trying to burn 856 MP3's onto a dual layer DVD. When I tried to burn I got an error about half-way through, so I tried to save as an ISO but it

got about 20% and erred again.

 

The instruction at "0x003b1007" Referenced memory at "00x0075a8ad" The memory could not be "written".

 

After Windows closes it again I get Runtime error! program...ogram files\Roxio 2010\Audio core\DVD Music

assistant 12.exe R6025-Pure virtual Function call.

 

Makes no sense to me, does it to anybody else?.

Checked the files for any thing different between them but could not find anything.

 

Open to ideas... Bowserite.

 

 

I would look at the Mp3's with this useful free tool.

 

Look for differences in the MP3's higher, lower, bit rate, or different encoders in your trouble spots.

 

I've used this in XP with no problem, just don't load in all 856 MP3's at one time. I would break it into 50 to 100 at a time.

 

If you find any suspect, different, isolate them and try to encode a Image file with just those to see if the same problem happens. Or pull them from the large project and try to re-encode a Image without them.

 

Click here for download, click the green download button, EncSpot MP3 Analyzer Basic v2.0

 

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Why don't you run the Repair option from Add/Remove Programs?

 

I think the problem is in one you your song files, but Repair only takes a little time and won't hurt a thing.

 

If it doesn't help, try to note What song is giving it trouble. Are you creating a Music DVD or just burning a Data Disc to archive the songs?

Jim... I am creating a music DVD. What is the Repair option called in the Add/Remove programs, maybe I don't have it.

 

I would look at the Mp3's with this useful free tool.

 

Look for differences in the MP3's higher, lower, bit rate, or different encoders in your trouble spots.

 

I've used this in XP with no problem, just don't load in all 856 MP3's at one time. I would break it into 50 to 100 at a time.

 

If you find any suspect, different, isolate them and try to encode a Image file with just those to see if the same problem happens. Or pull them from the large project and try to re-encode a Image without them.

 

Click here for download, click the green download button, EncSpot MP3 Analyzer Basic v2.0

 

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cd... I tried EncSpot and I found 2 songs that looked a little suspicious but when I right click to remove them, I get the Microsoft has encountered an error pop-up. Its the same for any of the songs.

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Jim... I am creating a music DVD. What is the Repair option called in the Add/Remove programs, maybe I don't have it.

 

 

cd... I tried EncSpot and I found 2 songs that looked a little suspicious but when I right click to remove them, I get the Microsoft has encountered an error pop-up. Its the same for any of the songs.

 

The pic below is W-7 add remove programs, just looks a little different than XP add remove.

 

You highlight Roxio Creator 2010 in the add remove programs list, xp will have the uninstall change option to the right side of the program entry, where the size of the program is shown. First you get a Roxio setup screen then the Repair / Remove option...

 

In what program did you try to remove the two MP'3 that look different, EnSpot or Music Disc Creator?

 

 

 

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The pic below is W-7 add remove programs, just looks a little different than XP add remove.

 

You highlight Roxio Creator 2010 in the add remove programs list, xp will have the uninstall change option to the right side of the program entry, where the size of the program is shown. First you get a Roxio setup screen then the Repair / Remove option...

 

In what program did you try to remove the two MP'3 that look different, EnSpot or Music Disc Creator?

 

 

 

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Thanks for that, I feel dumb cause I knew that... The problem that arose from doing that was it kept asking for BurnMgr.MSI File, so I put the disk in and directed it to it but no joy. I tried to repair from the disk but it was the same story, so I guess it is a re and re. I will use the clean install method. PS. I was in EnSpot when I tried to remove the MP3's... I will let you know if EnSpot works after I re-install.... Bowerite.

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