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Videowave 12 In Roxio Creator 2010 Has Stopped Working


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Hi, After installing Internet Explorer 9 Beta, Videowave 12 has stopped working. Updates installed with IE9 are KB2028551, KB2028560, KB2120976, and KB2259539. If I do a system restore and go back to a point that is before I installed IE9, videowave 12 will work. Any ideal why IE9 will cause videwave 12 to stop working?

 

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You're running a beta app - there could be a dozen and one reasons - if it's knocking out Creator 2009, I'd roll back and send a bug report to MS.

 

You have to remember that a beta is a TESTING program - it's there for people to find and report problems

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You're running a beta app - there could be a dozen and one reasons - if it's knocking out Creator 2009, I'd roll back and send a bug report to MS.

 

You have to remember that a beta is a TESTING program - it's there for people to find and report problems

 

I am not running any beta of IE or any other betas. I have IE8 that came with Windows 7. I also had this hanging problem but I found that my copy of Adobe Acrobat wouldn't start owing to a licensing error. (It is my legit copy) The solution was to start another app within CS4, e.g. DW and then the Adobe error went away. Now Roxio Creator 2010 works fine. This might be a complete coincidence but at least this solved it. A reboot earlier didn't.

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After installing Internet Explorer 9 Beta, Videowave 12 has stopped working

 

Thank You for all your replies. I am going to try the following: I am going to roll back to IE8 and uninstall Creator 2010. I will then install IE9 and install Creator 2010 after IE9 to see if that works.

 

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If IE9 is breaking an installed app - why would you even WANT to install it again?

 

A beta is a TEST version and it isn't stable. It's a 'use at your own risk' thing and anyone who has done any beta taeting will tell you that, before you even install a beta, you image your system so you can restore it when things go belly-up - which they WILL do

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Both versions of videowave (frpm, creator 2009 and 2011 ) stopped working with IE9. Works fine when ie9 uninstalled. Chrome seems to work best for me with downloading web videos, as I had some problems getting the whole video with firefox. There is a lot of good free software to get web videos so not concerned to much about that functionality in roxio. For the first time I am impressed with a MS browser, so when they do general release of IE9 I will try it out again.

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First of all - did you report to Microsoft that the beta was knocking out other apps? That's part of running beta software - you tell the development team about problems and then they can fix it. It's NOT a 'preview' of an app - it's a test platform.

 

Also it's worth recalling that when IE7 came along (in final release version) it DID knock out other applications and people had to go and buy upgrades because of that

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Hi, It is easy to uninstall IE9 by going to installed updates and selecting IE9. The only question I would have is when IE9 does come out and is released, will Roxio creator 2010 work with it or will we have to update Roxio creator. to a newer version? I had Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 and when windows 7 came out I had to update to Roxio creator 2010.

 

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It's impossible to say if it will or won't. I do know that when IE7 came along it wrecked other apps and, so far IE9 looks as if it will do the same.

 

This is down to Microsoft making changes in the OS that can't have been foreseen over a year ago

 

Pesonally, I only use IE for Windows updates - for browsing I wouldn't touch it with a barge pole and use Firefox instead

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I had this exact same problem.

 

I had forgotten all about installing the new IE9 because I usually use Google Chrome. Anyway, after reading the above, I uninstalled IE9 and now Videowave works just fine again. I just thought that I'd pass this on to everyone.

 

Thanks for making my problem painless!

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