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Last week I bought a new computer; Intel i5 quad core processor, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive, running Windows 7 64 bit. I have installed it, uninstalled it, reinstalled it multiple times. When I try to run the video capture, or any of the other components it always pops up a window saying "The certificate file is missing or has been corrupter. Please re-install it." The Roxio box says Windows 7 on it.

 

Does anyone know if this software really works on Windows 7?

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Last week I bought a new computer; Intel i5 quad core processor, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive, running Windows 7 64 bit. I have installed it, uninstalled it, reinstalled it multiple times. When I try to run the video capture, or any of the other components it always pops up a window saying "The certificate file is missing or has been corrupter. Please re-install it." The Roxio box says Windows 7 on it.

 

Does anyone know if this software really works on Windows 7?

 

Yes, mine is installed on a W-7 x64 Pro OS..

 

Run the repair from control panel, programs and features, highlight the Roxio Easy VHS To DVD entry and click change, follow the prompts for a repair, re-apply SP1..

 

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Last week I bought a new computer; Intel i5 quad core processor, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive, running Windows 7 64 bit. I have installed it, uninstalled it, reinstalled it multiple times. When I try to run the video capture, or any of the other components it always pops up a window saying "The certificate file is missing or has been corrupter. Please re-install it." The Roxio box says Windows 7 on it.

 

Does anyone know if this software really works on Windows 7?

 

 

YES---I am also running VHStoDVD on my Windows 7 Pro 64 bit OS computer and so far it works all O.K.

 

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Last week I bought a new computer; Intel i5 quad core processor, 8 GB of RAM, 1 TB hard drive, running Windows 7 64 bit. I have installed it, uninstalled it, reinstalled it multiple times. When I try to run the video capture, or any of the other components it always pops up a window saying "The certificate file is missing or has been corrupter. Please re-install it." The Roxio box says Windows 7 on it.

 

Does anyone know if this software really works on Windows 7?

 

 

REDWAGON,

 

I am having the exact same problem you described. I've also tried the things suggested here. Did you ever have success or are you still fighting it?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

SCD

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REDWAGON,

 

I am having the exact same problem you described. I've also tried the things suggested here. Did you ever have success or are you still fighting it?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

SCD

 

 

Read Redwagons post, he never had any problem and everything works for him

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Read Redwagons post, he never had any problem and everything works for him

 

Have followed instructions on this board, and have followed steps from article cited by Roxio 'Live Chat' online support. Both the 'repair' w/ reload SP1 and the directions from the Online Live Chat have NOT managed to get this software to work.

Perhaps the difference is that Redwagon and cdanteek are using the Windows 7 Professional and not the Windows 7 Home Edition (which is what our OS is.)

So, is there anyone out there running Windows 7 Home Edition where Roxio Easy VHS to DVD is working?

Bonjo

 

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Yes, mine is installed on a W-7 x64 Pro OS..

 

Run the repair from control panel, programs and features, highlight the Roxio Easy VHS To DVD entry and click change, follow the prompts for a repair, re-apply SP1..

 

 

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thanks for all your efforts. I did the repair but it is still working the same or should I say not working the same. I have uninstalled and reinstalled. I have reinstalled without uninstalling. I have applied both SP1 and SP2.

 

Still the capture video complains about the certificate file. There has to be a way to fix the certificate file...

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I have Windows 7 Ultimate, installed fine, no issues, worked great! Got one for my father who also has Windows 7 Ultimate. He is getting the missing or corrupt certificate. I uninstalled, reinstalled, same thing. I uninstalled, reinstalled, applied the update, then the application would not go past the splash screen. I uninstalled, re-installed and again not working. very frustrating when it works on my computer, and not his! I installed both... the SAME EXACT WAY...so what is the deal???

 

Anyone have any clues? I am not a novice. I did a complete uninstall of all roxio products, cleaned the registry files etc. Nothing! WHY!!! Help please!

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I am a new user of Easy VHS to DVD. I purchased my Toshiba Sattelite recently and it had ROXIO Burner. I say had because I had to uninstall it to get Easy VHS to DVD to install and work. I have not tried to get ROXIO Burner back on. Waiting to see if this software works. I also performed the CLEAN INSTALL steps. Not fun!

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I am a new user of Easy VHS to DVD. I purchased my Toshiba Sattelite recently and it had ROXIO Burner. I say had because I had to uninstall it to get Easy VHS to DVD to install and work. I have not tried to get ROXIO Burner back on. Waiting to see if this software works. I also performed the CLEAN INSTALL steps. Not fun!

 

 

If you had Roxio Burner then may have also have had other parts of the Roxio creator 2010 on your computer as a OEM package. This very well could have prevented the installation of VHS2DVD

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I have Windows XP. I get the "The certificate is missing or has been corrupted. Please reinstall it." message. After clicking "OK" I get a "An unknown error has occurred. The application will shut down now. Exception: Object reference not set to an instance of an object" ??????. I've removed the program, reinstalled it and get the same message. I also did the repair through the control panel & still received "The certificate is missing message. Any ideas?

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I have Windows XP. I get the "The certificate is missing or has been corrupted. Please reinstall it." message. After clicking "OK" I get a "An unknown error has occurred. The application will shut down now. Exception: Object reference not set to an instance of an object" ??????. I've removed the program, reinstalled it and get the same message. I also did the repair through the control panel & still received "The certificate is missing message. Any ideas?

 

This should do the trick – Here

 

It may have to be combined with the Clean Install procedures, which are listed at the bottom of the article. ;)

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