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Some days ago I updated my OS from Windows XP Professional to Windows 7 Professional x64bit.

 

I own Roxio Creator 2010 and a HP D5160 printer.

With Roxio label Creator I cannot print on DVD, I found some workaround to printDVD, but it wasn't a good solution.

 

I found the very interesting "leadingedge" topic to solve the question. I followed very carefully the instruction a bit too hard for me, but I had some trouble with the "LabelCreatorString.xml" file.

I opened it with wordpad copied the two lines of test (step 3) and when i tried to save it,I got this error message:

"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Roxioshared\12.0\Labelcreator 12\Skin\1040\strings\Labelcreatorstrings.xml" denied access.

 

Note I have a "1040" folder instead than "1033"

 

Any help please to solve the question.

 

A little patch by Roxio shoul be very appreciated or the files already edited to copy in the right directory

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Some days ago I updated my OS from Windows XP Professional to Windows 7 Professional x64bit.

 

I own Roxio Creator 2010 and a HP D5160 printer.

With Roxio label Creator I cannot print on DVD, I found some workaround to printDVD, but it wasn't a good solution.

 

I found the very interesting "leadingedge" topic to solve the question. I followed very carefully the instruction a bit too hard for me, but I had some trouble with the "LabelCreatorString.xml" file.

I opened it with wordpad copied the two lines of test (step 3) and when i tried to save it,I got this error message:

"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Roxioshared\12.0\Labelcreator 12\Skin\1040\strings\Labelcreatorstrings.xml" denied access.

 

Note I have a "1040" folder instead than "1033"

 

Any help please to solve the question.

 

A little patch by Roxio shoul be very appreciated or the files already edited to copy in the right directory

 

 

The warning is a Windows permission error!

 

You have to be logged on as an account with full Administrator privileges… You may need to create a new account setup that way to do this, then delete the account after you are done.

 

It would be nice if Roxio fixed it, but honestly there are so very few using HP printers for this it would never survive a Value Stream Mapping :lol:

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The warning is a Windows permission error!

 

You have to be logged on as an account with full Administrator privileges… You may need to create a new account setup that way to do this, then delete the account after you are done.

 

It would be nice if Roxio fixed it, but honestly there are so very few using HP printers for this it would never survive a Value Stream Mapping :lol:

 

Thanks this problem solved, but still don't works others trouble

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Such as???

 

We will be happy to assist!

Thanks Jim for your kind helpfulness, but I have at last solved.

The reason was that I have updated to Win 7 professional from XP using Windows trasferring data and now I have on my "C" hard disk some duplicate files : in "C" in fact I have "program files" and "programs (x86)" but in both there is "common files\Roxio shared\12.0\Label creator12\Page Files\" and"common files\Roxio shared\12.0\Label creator12\Skin\10401\strings\label creator strings".

I inserted the files in "Program files" root, but was wrong, inserted the files in "Program (x86)" all worked.

Thanks a lot again

Francesco

 

P.S. sorry for my bad english

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You are using Win 7 Pro 64bit. All 64 bit Windows has two program file folders.

c:\program files is for 64bit applications

c:\program files (X86) is for 32bit applications

 

As you discovered, Creator 2010 has files in both locations, but the majority will be in X86 because they are still 32bit applications.

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You are using Win 7 Pro 64bit. All 64 bit Windows has two program file folders.

c:\program files is for 64bit applications

c:\program files (X86) is for 32bit applications

 

As you discovered, Creator 2010 has files in both locations, but the majority will be in X86 because they are still 32bit applications.

Yes I are right, but because a not correct win7 installation I have two folder "program files" end 1 "program (X86). Im'traying to cancel some diplicate.

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