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Internet Explorer 7 And 8 And Creator 7.0 Suite Incompatible


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Hello out there I have Easy media creator 7.0, running on Windows xp pro. I was previously running Explorer 6.0 and everything worked fine. I recently updated to explorer 7. When I try to open previous projects at the bottom on the main page, it states the dvd builder has encountered a prblem and needs to close. The error signature AppName: dvdbuilder7 .exe AppVer: 7.1.0.189 ModName dxtrans.dll ModVer: .0.6001.18702 Offset: 0000a4fl

error Report Contents

 

Exception Informmation

Code: 0xc0000005 Flags: 0x00000000

Record: 0x000000000000000 Address: 0x0000000035c5a4fl

 

System Information

Windows NT 5.1 Build 2600

CPU Vendor Code: 756E6547 - 49656E69 - 6C65746E

CPU Version: 00000F47 CPU Feature Code: BFEBFBFF

CPU AMD Feature Code: 00D6E824

 

Module 1

DVDBuilder7.exe

Image Base: 0x00400000 Image Size: 0x00000000

Checksum: 0x000000 Time Stamp: 0x419b1025

Version Information

Signature: feef04bd

StrucVer: 00010000

FileVer: (7.0:0.189)

ProdVer: (7.1:0.189)

FlagMask: 0000003f

Flags: 00000000

OS: 00000004

FileType: 00000002

SubType: 00000000

FileDate 00000000:00000000

 

Then it continues up to module 117 and then Threads are listed. Does anyone know how to fix this or are my old projects dead. Also i am updating to Creator 9 Suite should I let creator delete 7 or not? If someone could help it would be greatly appreciated. I am not a very good at computor problems and my knowledge base is not very strong.

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Hello out there I have Easy media creator 7.0, running on Windows xp pro. I was previously running Explorer 6.0 and everything worked fine. I recently updated to explorer 7. When I try to open previous projects at the bottom on the main page, it states the dvd builder has encountered a prblem and needs to close. The error signature AppName: dvdbuilder7 .exe AppVer: 7.1.0.189 ModName dxtrans.dll ModVer: .0.6001.18702 Offset: 0000a4fl

error Report Contents

 

Exception Informmation

Code: 0xc0000005 Flags: 0x00000000

Record: 0x000000000000000 Address: 0x0000000035c5a4fl

 

System Information

Windows NT 5.1 Build 2600

CPU Vendor Code: 756E6547 - 49656E69 - 6C65746E

CPU Version: 00000F47 CPU Feature Code: BFEBFBFF

CPU AMD Feature Code: 00D6E824

 

Module 1

DVDBuilder7.exe

Image Base: 0x00400000 Image Size: 0x00000000

Checksum: 0x000000 Time Stamp: 0x419b1025

Version Information

Signature: feef04bd

StrucVer: 00010000

FileVer: (7.0:0.189)

ProdVer: (7.1:0.189)

FlagMask: 0000003f

Flags: 00000000

OS: 00000004

FileType: 00000002

SubType: 00000000

FileDate 00000000:00000000

 

Then it continues up to module 117 and then Threads are listed. Does anyone know how to fix this or are my old projects dead. Also i am updating to Creator 9 Suite should I let creator delete 7 or not? If someone could help it would be greatly appreciated. I am not a very good at computor problems and my knowledge base is not very strong.

 

Try this http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/23162-how-to-uninstall-ie-7-and-wmp-11/

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mdv, installing IE 7 effectively killed the video editing portion of your EMC 7. You need to remove it, and Windows Media Player, if you have anything beyond WMP 9 installed.

 

After you uninstall IE 7, you may have to install EMC 7, again.

 

If you have unfinished projects, in EMC 7, then you need to finish them in EMC 7. The EMC 7 projects won't open properly in EMC 9.

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