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Has anyone solved the problem "No permissions to launch application"

when attempting to launch any application in Creator 2010?

 

I have tried the solution that was suggested on the Roxio support page.

 

I think that it is time to collect statistics.

 

Windows 7 Home Premimum

Model: Dell Inspiron 1545

Procedssor:Pentimum Dual Core CPU T4400@2.20Ghz

RAM: 2.00 GB

System: 64-bit OS

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Has anyone solved the problem "No permissions to launch application"

when attempting to launch any application in Creator 2010?

 

I have tried the solution that was suggested on the Roxio support page.

 

I think that it is time to collect statistics.

 

Windows 7 Home Premimum

Model: Dell Inspiron 1545

Procedssor:Pentimum Dual Core CPU T4400@2.20Ghz

RAM: 2.00 GB

System: 64-bit OS

 

Did you "perform a clean install of your Roxio software"?

 

 

Certificate or permission error when attempting to run Creator 2010 applications

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Issue

 

When trying to start applications in Creator 2010, the following error message appears:

 

"The certificate file is missing or has been corrupted. Please reinstall it."

 

"No permission to launch application"

 

 

Cause

 

The certificate file is missing or corrupted.

 

 

Resolution

 

 

We have created a file that will help resolve this issue.

 

  1. Close any Roxio applications currently running.
  2. Download the file here.
  3. Open the .zip folder and place the file DeleteCertFiles.bat on your Desktop.
  4. Double click on the .bat file. Then press any key to complete the process. Once the window closes, the program is finished.
     
    Note: your Roxio software will run slightly slower when re-launched for the first time.
  5. Re-launch your Roxio software.

 

If the instructions above does not resolve the issue, then you will need to perform a clean install of your Roxio software:

 

Complete uninstall instructions for Creator 2009 and 2010 on Windows 7 and Vista

Complete uninstall instructions for Creator 2009 and 2010 on Windows XP

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Did you "perform a clean install of your Roxio software"?

 

 

Certificate or permission error when attempting to run Creator 2010 applications

Knowledgebase Article : 000244CR | icon-print.png Print this Article

 

 

Issue

 

When trying to start applications in Creator 2010, the following error message appears:

 

"The certificate file is missing or has been corrupted. Please reinstall it."

 

"No permission to launch application"

 

 

Cause

 

The certificate file is missing or corrupted.

 

 

Resolution

 

 

We have created a file that will help resolve this issue.

 

  1. Close any Roxio applications currently running.
  2. Download the file here.
  3. Open the .zip folder and place the file DeleteCertFiles.bat on your Desktop.
  4. Double click on the .bat file. Then press any key to complete the process. Once the window closes, the program is finished.
     
    Note: your Roxio software will run slightly slower when re-launched for the first time.
  5. Re-launch your Roxio software.

 

If the instructions above does not resolve the issue, then you will need to perform a clean install of your Roxio software:

 

Complete uninstall instructions for Creator 2009 and 2010 on Windows 7 and Vista

Complete uninstall instructions for Creator 2009 and 2010 on Windows XP

 

I did perform the instructions EXACTLY AS WRITTEN. I started with Knowledge Article 000243CR and then did a clean install of Creator 2010 as listed in Knowledge Article 000207CR. And I followed the instructions EXACTLY. It did not work for me as written. I still could not launch the applications.

 

Tried again. Took a little liberty with the instructions, certainly when it came to the part where you delete the files in the folders (even the hidden ones). The instructions list files to delete (including paths). In some occassions, I saw additional Roxio or Sonic files in those folders and I deleted them as well, eventhough they weren't explictly called out in the instructions. Basically, I deleted anything and everything with the Sonic or Roxio in the name. I was then able to launch the applications (specifically VideoWave, MyDvd, and PhotoSuite) without getting the "No permissions to launch application" error message. Yahoo! Finally.

 

Hope this tip(?) helps others. Now I just need to verify the applications work correctly.

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