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Did Ie9 Upgrade Kill My Roxio 9?


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I almost never use Internet Explorer, as I prefer to use Google Chrome. However, I try to keep the latest and greatest version of everything on my computer until either it is no longer supported or else it becomes incompatible for some other reason.

 

I have been upgrading my copy of Internet Explorer as it developed. When I moved from IE9 "release candidate" to the real version, my Roxio 9 Easy Media Creator would no longer rip CDs. I d/l'd a freebie, Express Rip, to use until my Roxio Problem is resolved.

 

My OS is WIN Vista Ultimate 64-bit w/SP2

 

4GB DDR2 RAM

Intel Q6700 @2.66 MHz on Intel Motherboard

Invidia GeForce 8500GT 512 MB

Built new in early 2008

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I almost never use Internet Explorer, as I prefer to use Google Chrome. However, I try to keep the latest and greatest version of everything on my computer until either it is no longer supported or else it becomes incompatible for some other reason.

 

I have been upgrading my copy of Internet Explorer as it developed. When I moved from IE9 "release candidate" to the real version, my Roxio 9 Easy Media Creator would no longer rip CDs. I d/l'd a freebie, Express Rip, to use until my Roxio Problem is resolved.

 

My OS is WIN Vista Ultimate 64-bit w/SP2

 

4GB DDR2 RAM

Intel Q6700 @2.66 MHz on Intel Motherboard

Invidia GeForce 8500GT 512 MB

Built new in early 2008

 

Some folks have not had a problem with IE 9 and the Roxio software, and some have. It appears that you are one who does have a problem with IE 9. Go back to IE 8.

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Some folks have not had a problem with IE 9 and the Roxio software, and some have. It appears that you are one who does have a problem with IE 9. Go back to IE 8.

 

This may provide the impetus for me to upgrade my Roxio product. My backup PC is a is a 2006 Gateway MX3414 laptop with WIN XP Pro SP3, and it won't upgrade to IE9. Thanks for your suggestion.

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I have an HP PC that came with Windows Vista Home Premium and also Roxio Creator Basic v9. Also updated to IE9 several months ago, and recently my Roxio Creator has been coming up with an error message that it can't find "RCPCORE.msi". Since the computer came with that Roxio Creator Basic already installed, I of course have no back-up disc. I need to be able to burn CDs for our performances--and it's now not working (thank goodness for my Windows Media Player through which I can temporarily do this).

 

Any advice here? Do I just need to upgrade to Roxio's latest product?

 

Thanks!

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