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You all were working with me to get my installed Creator2011 se, to load on my old Dell Inspiron8200, 1024meg, winxp sp3, only 40gig drive. I believe your recomendation was that this computer was insufficient to drive Creator2011.

 

We were discussing this over in V2D for exotic reasons and I am guessing you lost track of me. I had left the next obvious question over there, but no one responded, so here it is again.

 

What version of creator would reasonably be expected to load on my 2002 vintage system. I was mainly interested in audio cleanup and perhaps commercial VHS to DVD transfer, and now that I have seen it, videowave.

 

As you may recall, creator2011 would run on my equally old desktop, but presumably I would need a laptop to capture my source materials.

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You all were working with me to get my installed Creator2011 se, to load on my old Dell Inspiron8200, 1024meg, winxp sp3, only 40gig drive. I believe your recomendation was that this computer was insufficient to drive Creator2011.

 

We were discussing this over in V2D for exotic reasons and I am guessing you lost track of me. I had left the next obvious question over there, but no one responded, so here it is again.

 

What version of creator would reasonably be expected to load on my 2002 vintage system. I was mainly interested in audio cleanup and perhaps commercial VHS to DVD transfer, and now that I have seen it, videowave.

 

As you may recall, creator2011 would run on my equally old desktop, but presumably I would need a laptop to capture my source materials.

 

You might be able to get a Roxio version up to EMC 10 to run on that old machine. You will have real problems getting any more recent version to run. I have a 2002 vintage Dell (also with 40GB, XPSP3) and I could get EMC 10 to run but barely. I spent have my time keeping the free space near 15GB. Forget about doing any serious video work with such an old system.

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