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Label Creator Roxio 2010


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I have purchased Roxio 2010 and tried to access labels created with Roxio 7 and I get an error saying the file is corrupted. I can open the file with Roxio 7. Is there a way to convert the older labels to Roxio 2010 so I don't have to have both verions installed.

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I have purchased Roxio 2010 and tried to access labels created with Roxio 7 and I get an error saying the file is corrupted. I can open the file with Roxio 7. Is there a way to convert the older labels to Roxio 2010 so I don't have to have both verions installed.

 

Simple answer - no, sorry.

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I have purchased Roxio 2010 and tried to access labels created with Roxio 7 and I get an error saying the file is corrupted. I can open the file with Roxio 7. Is there a way to convert the older labels to Roxio 2010 so I don't have to have both verions installed.

 

In addition to what Steve has posted, be advised that no project file from Roxio 7 (which I assume is your term for EMC 7/7.5) is compatible with later versions of the software. So if you still have any "open" project from earlier versions make sure you finish them or keep the old software package running.

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Nobody here is laughing.

 

We users were dismayed when later versions did not have backwards compatibility, but that's something you really have to take account of whenever you update hardware, Operating System, or application software. You ignore the compatibility issue at your peril.

 

I've done quite a lot of work on ways to convert old .JWL files to the new system, but in the end I decided it's much easier to start again from the beginning in the new system. :(

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