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Questions involving Easy VHS to DVD Version: 1.2.198;5.0.0.0

Why are I.E. 7 & WMP 11 required when installing this product? It seems common knowledge that both of these applications conflict with software older than Versions 10 of Roxio (I.E. EMC 7.5, 8, 9). Also this version specifies XP SP3 will it function correctly with XP SP2?

This is my first post, Thanks in advance for any input.

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Questions involving Easy VHS to DVD Version: 1.2.198;5.0.0.0

Why are I.E. 7 & WMP 11 required when installing this product? It seems common knowledge that both of these applications conflict with software older than Versions 10 of Roxio (I.E. EMC 7.5, 8, 9). Also this version specifies XP SP3 will it function correctly with XP SP2?

This is my first post, Thanks in advance for any input.

 

If it's bought from the Roxio website you have a 30 day like it or return it policy...

 

Does your version list W-7, Vista, and XP? I wouldn't worry about IE7 and WMP11 Requirement, I never noticed a problem with the older version (Vista XP). Not having WMP 10 or higher could limit some WMV compatibility.. XP SP2 (32- or 64 bit) isn't a problem tho...

 

From Roxio Product page for Easy VHS to DVD...

 

Minimum System Requirements:

•Microsoft® Windows 7, Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Basic, Windows® XP SP2 (32- or 64 bit), 1 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM

•DirectX 9 compatible graphics card or higher, sound card, DVD-ROM drive

•2 GB free hard drive space for installation

•Windows Media Player 10 or higher

•CD Writer for VCD, SVCD and DVD Writer for DVD

•Internet Explorer 7 and 8

•QuickTime player version 7.6 for some functionality

•One available USB 2.0 port

Roxio Easy VHS to DVD Contents:

•Easy VHS to DVD Software Installation DVD

•A Getting Started Guide

•Roxio Video Capture USB device

•Multi-Cable

•External USB cable

 

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Thank You for the timely reply and confirming some of my suspicions.

Yes the box on my version of VHS to DVD lists Windows 7/Vista/XP. The system has XP SP2, WMP 10 and I.E. 7 installed. At this point I see NO new problems with EMC 7.5 functions due to VHS to DVD or I.E. 7 installs (won't press my luck & also install WMP 11). I have additional questions regarding VHS to DVD, which can probably be more properly addressed on another thread.

 

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