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slideshow assistant preview not working


aprilgarden

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i installed the program and updated installed the

patch for .jpg updated absolutely everything on the

computer nothing more to do

 

tried ctrl alt please believe me tried everything

that has been posted

 

read every comment in this group and others on

the internet tried everything

and still cannot preview

my sister purchased the same program in another state

and did the same thing and she has a different computer

but the same problem

we are working on family photos together

and we need to use the slideshow assistant preview

not another program or anything else we need this

to work for many reasons

 

if it is best i guess we can return the product

roxio has a refund policy but would rather have the product

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[CPU: Intel® Celeron® Processor 900MHz (w/128KB)

Operating System: Genuine Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition

Chipset: Intel® 810 chipset, 100MHz FSB

Memory: 128MB SDRAM

Hard Drive: 20GB HDD

Optical Drive: 48x Max. CD-ROM Drive; 3.5" 1.44MB FDD

Video: Intel® DirectAGP 3D (810 shared)

Sound: Intel® 82801 AC '97 Audio

Modem: 56K ITU v.90 internal Fax/Modem

Peripherals: Keyboard, Mouse, Stereo Speakers

Ports/Other: 2 USB ports (1 on front bezel), 1 Serial, 1 Parallel, 1 Midi/Game, 2 PS/2, Audio In & Out, Microphone In

 

its a 24bit vid card

 

 

 

 

 

 

quote name=myguggi' date='Jul 5 2006, 04:14 PM' post='36552]

I looked through your past posts and could not see anything on your computer specs or video card.

Since you have an on-board video card then you may be able to add a "real" video card and it will work nicely "along side" the on-board video. You just have to disable the on-board video and enable the new video card. Thats what I had to do because I also have an on-board video and I had to add the video card. My EMC would not work with the on-baord video.

Another small comment. I find your posts a bit hard to read and follow because you do not use punctuation. Also there is no need for carriage returns when you type unless starting a new paragraph.

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[CPU: Intel® Celeron® Processor 900MHz (w/128KB)

Operating System: Genuine Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition

Chipset: Intel® 810 chipset, 100MHz FSB

Memory: 128MB SDRAM

Hard Drive: 20GB HDD

Optical Drive: 48x Max. CD-ROM Drive; 3.5" 1.44MB FDD

Video: Intel® DirectAGP 3D (810 shared)

Sound: Intel® 82801 AC '97 Audio

Modem: 56K ITU v.90 internal Fax/Modem

Peripherals: Keyboard, Mouse, Stereo Speakers

Ports/Other: 2 USB ports (1 on front bezel), 1 Serial, 1 Parallel, 1 Midi/Game, 2 PS/2, Audio In & Out, Microphone In

 

its a 24bit vid card

 

You have a Pentium 3 computer. You should be able to view pictures in Photosuite, but if you are trying to make a slideshow with this software, you are going to have problems with the programs not running, or the programs running extremely slow.

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that is what i have

intergrated video card on the board

fun

i tried the full install of directx

and the roxio jpg file

i updated my video card to the latest

roxio 8.1

updated quicktime updated everything

that could be updated mouse drivers

to video card

i guess the last thing would be to purchase a new vid card

will it override the current intergrated card or work along side it

 

 

 

 

Most display problems can usually be fixed by updating your video drivers. Also make sure you have the latest DirectX. Unfortunately, Windows Update doesn't always give you the latest DirectX. Get the latest DirectX here.

 

Integrated video chipsets on the motherboard seem to be the largest problem with EMC 8.

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that is what i have

intergrated video card on the board

fun

i tried the full install of directx

and the roxio jpg file

i updated my video card to the latest

roxio 8.1

updated quicktime updated everything

that could be updated mouse drivers

to video card

i guess the last thing would be to purchase a new vid card

will it override the current intergrated card or work along side it

I looked through your past posts and could not see anything on your computer specs or video card.

Since you have an on-board video card then you may be able to add a "real" video card and it will work nicely "along side" the on-board video. You just have to disable the on-board video and enable the new video card. Thats what I had to do because I also have an on-board video and I had to add the video card. My EMC would not work with the on-baord video.

Another small comment. I find your posts a bit hard to read and follow because you do not use punctuation. Also there is no need for carriage returns when you type unless starting a new paragraph.

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