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I've tried installing VHS to DVD several times now. Each time, the program begins with "certificate file missing or corrupt". I've uninstalled and reinstalled twice. Have also used the repair function. Nothing works. According to the Guide and the box, it is Windows 7 compatible. I went to the website and downloaded a program which was supposed to solve the issue. It didn't work and when you open the .bat file, it is clear it won't work for this program. Is there a fix, or should it be returned?

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Have a read in this post..

 

http://forums.suppor...post__p__337561

 

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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Thinking that it was, perhaps another version of the .bat file, I downloaded it and tried running it. Same error and same .bat file. Obviously, there is no fix.

 

Did you un-zip the zip file ? Then run DeleteCertFiles.bat on your Desktop?

 

Have you did a clean uninstall reinstall?

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Yes - I did unzip the .bat file and place on desktop. I ran the file. I also tried uninstalling and reinstalling afterwards. When running the .bat file, the error message both before uninstalling and after reinstalling which appears while the bat file is running is that the .bat file cannot find any of the files it is attempting to access. Please note that when installing, the system allowed the program to create folders, etc. so the .bat file should then not have any difficulties finding the files as they should be exactly where the install disk loaded them.

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Yes - I did unzip the .bat file and place on desktop. I ran the file. I also tried uninstalling and reinstalling afterwards. When running the .bat file, the error message both before uninstalling and after reinstalling which appears while the bat file is running is that the .bat file cannot find any of the files it is attempting to access. Please note that when installing, the system allowed the program to create folders, etc. so the .bat file should then not have any difficulties finding the files as they should be exactly where the install disk loaded them.

Creating the folders has nothing to do with it.

 

The bat file finds your OS then jumps to a branch that un-hides the hidden file and then deletes it.

 

From there it jumps to the finish…

 

The only thing that can stop it is if you don't have permission to delete something in the hidden location of the file…

 

In that case you would see a Permission Error of some sort.

 

Uninstall and Reinstall is not the same thing as doing the Clean Install.

 

This stuff work, but you have to follow it to the letter! No such thing as mostly ;)

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