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Unable To Find A Certificate File


reinerkunkel

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I had Roxio Media Creator 8 Installed on my computer with disastrous results.

First it would not boot past a driver giving me the blue screen of death (BSOD).

So I uninstalled all Roxio software, at least I set out to do so via protected mode.

The uninstall was not successful from the install uninstall feature.

Now , after a days work, getting my system working again, I keep getting the installation popup.

First: Please wait while windows configures Roxio easy Media creator 8 Suite

 

As far as I can see it is not installed on the system.

 

Next : unable to find a certificate File.

 

I click ok on that!

 

Next the installer is looking for .msi file that has been deleted after the last install.

 

I down loaded the program from the net server, and it installed on my laptop without any problems.

 

Someone must know where the entry file is that triggers the installer.

Awaiting any comment with eagerness.

Reiner.

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Try this and see if it works for you. It was a fix for 7 and works for 8 as well.

Error- Certificate file missing / corrupted / not initialized error after installing EMC7 (Windows XP)

 

 

Thank you for your suggest fix, but it is written for win xp rather than win2000. Consequently the right click does not let me set the properties for the folder. Any other suggestion for this fix?

An error message has popped up: 1316.a network error occurred while attempting to read from the file D:\winnt\installer\Roxio easy media creator 8 suite.msi.

 

This is not on a network but my local drive where winnt is installed.

 

When I click ok on that uninstall/install aborts.

Thanks for your effort, Reiner.

 

 

 

Error- Certificate file missing / corrupted / not initialized error after installing EMC7 (Windows XP)

 

The information in this article applies to:

Easy Media Creator 7

 

Applicable Operating Systems:

Windows XP Home Edition

Windows XP Professional

 

1. Fix registry permissions

 

a. Click on "Start" choose "Run", then type "regedit" and click "OK".

b. In the Registry Editor, click on the "+" next to "HKEY_Local_Machine".

c. Now click on the "+" next to "Software".

d. Right-click on the key (folder) called "Roxio" and choose "Permissions".

e. Make sure that "Administrators" and "System" have checkmarks for "Full Control" - "Allow".( This does not apply in win2000!)

2.

f. If you had to add those checkmarks, click on "Apply".

g. Click on "Advanced".

h. Put a checkmark in "Replace permission entries on all child objects with the entries shown here that apply to child objects".

i. Click "OK".

j. Click "OK" again.

k. Now close the Registry Editor

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I had Roxio Media Creator 8 Installed on my computer with disastrous results.

First it would not boot past a driver giving me the blue screen of death (BSOD).

So I uninstalled all Roxio software, at least I set out to do so via protected mode.

The uninstall was not successful from the install uninstall feature.

Now , after a days work, getting my system working again, I keep getting the installation popup.

First: Please wait while windows configures Roxio easy Media creator 8 Suite

 

As far as I can see it is not installed on the system.

 

Next : unable to find a certificate File.

 

I click ok on that!

 

Next the installer is looking for .msi file that has been deleted after the last install.

 

I down loaded the program from the net server, and it installed on my laptop without any problems.

 

Someone must know where the entry file is that triggers the installer.

Awaiting any comment with eagerness.

Reiner.

Try this and see if it works for you. It was a fix for 7 and works for 8 as well.

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Error- Certificate file missing / corrupted / not initialized error after installing EMC7 (Windows XP)

 

 

Thank you for your suggest fix, but it is written for win xp rather than win2000. Consequently the right click does not let me set the properties for the folder. Any other suggestion for this fix?

An error message has popped up: 1316.a network error occurred while attempting to read from the file D:\winnt\installer\Roxio easy media creator 8 suite.msi.

 

This is not on a network but my local drive where winnt is installed.

 

When I click ok on that uninstall/install aborts.

Thanks for your effort, Reiner.

Error- Certificate file missing / corrupted / not initialized error after installing EMC7 (Windows XP)

 

The information in this article applies to:

Easy Media Creator 7

 

Applicable Operating Systems:

Windows XP Home Edition

Windows XP Professional

 

1. Fix registry permissions

 

a. Click on "Start" choose "Run", then type "regedit" and click "OK".

b. In the Registry Editor, click on the "+" next to "HKEY_Local_Machine".

c. Now click on the "+" next to "Software".

d. Right-click on the key (folder) called "Roxio" and choose "Permissions".

e. Make sure that "Administrators" and "System" have checkmarks for "Full Control" - "Allow".( This does not apply in win2000!)

2.

f. If you had to add those checkmarks, click on "Apply".

g. Click on "Advanced".

h. Put a checkmark in "Replace permission entries on all child objects with the entries shown here that apply to child objects".

i. Click "OK".

j. Click "OK" again.

k. Now close the Registry Editor

Well i would like to Try this and see if it works for me. It was a fix for 7 and works for 8 as well. however it looks like the link expired.

 

bryank56

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