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I Have Easy VHS to DVD 111B24A and am running it on an HP Pavilion Slimline, Pentium Dual Core E5200, 4GB memory, 500 GB hard drive. Very little on this computer as I don't use it much. I hadn't used the Roxio for awhile but I wanted to do a VHS transfer for a friends birthday. Here's what happened....I ran the tape and it picked it all up in the Roxio program. I clicked at the end of the section and it saved it. I previewed it and it looked okay. Then I exported it. When I went to My DVD I got it on screen and hit burn. It did nothing and then froze with a "not responding". I could not get the computer to log off or restart. I had to pull the plug. On restart the windows claimed there was trouble and it would fix it. When it finally restarted the Roxio Easy VHS to DVD program had been uninstalled without a trace! Does that mean the program is corrupted? I never found the thing "easy" and it was always like using old fashioned software (though I realize it is doing something pretty outrageous converting analogue to digital)but this seems rather odd.

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Programs simply do not uninstall themselves…

 

You have the 1.1.124;4.50.13a Version, which was the First.

 

You will have to reinstall it or if it offers a “Repair” option, take that.

 

However, I would defiantly perform the Roxio Prep Steps before doing any Repair or Reinstall!!!

 

FYI, the USB Device does all the conversion, the program captures the converted stream ;)

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