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Visual C++ Runtine Error


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Can anyone help. I have just tried to 'add a new movie' to a project and keep getting MS Visual C++ runtime Error or 'videowave has stopped working'. I am using Creator 2012 on Vista SP2 and there is plenty of availble memory on my computer. The programme worked fine a couple of days ago. The only thing I could see that was different was an update to Visual C++ which i uninstalled but it made no difference.

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Can anyone help. I have just tried to 'add a new movie' to a project and keep getting MS Visual C++ runtime Error or 'videowave has stopped working'. I am using Creator 2012 on Vista SP2 and there is plenty of availble memory on my computer. The programme worked fine a couple of days ago. The only thing I could see that was different was an update to Visual C++ which i uninstalled but it made no difference.

 

What kind of movie? Where did it come from? What are your system specs?

Where any automatic updates done? Did you run any registry cleaner?

Do you get the error for only one video or every video? Does it also happen when you add photos?

 

You have left out a lot of details!

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Can anyone help. I have just tried to 'add a new movie' to a project and keep getting MS Visual C++ runtime Error or 'videowave has stopped working'. I am using Creator 2012 on Vista SP2 and there is plenty of availble memory on my computer. The programme worked fine a couple of days ago. The only thing I could see that was different was an update to Visual C++ which i uninstalled but it made no difference.

 

Have a read at the link below..

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/80709-not-responding/page__view__findpost__p__402832

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