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When Starting To Create A New Show, It Shows A Circle Going Roung And Round And Never Getting Into The Program To Create One.


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Sorry, I can't reproduce your results. I tried a couple of different ways and go into make a new PhotroShow every way I could think of.

 

Two possibilities - your antivirus is blocking the site either directly or through your browser or your computer may need some maintenance. Can you get into your Premium Membership account and try from there?

 

Please tell me exactly how you are trying to make a new PhotoSHow - when you get the circle. Are you using a PC or Mac?

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Hi Sknis. I have a Windows 7 PC. Windows 7 Premium, 64, 16 GB memory, 1 TB hard drive, 1 GB video memory, Norton 360 Anti Virus. I click on the box on the lower right of the screen that asks if you want to create a new photo show. After clicking on it, it immediately starts the "wait" circle but it does not stop. I went to the on-line web version and it too does the same thing after clicking on the make a new photo show. What could have changed between 4 or 5 days ago and then this. If I go to the on-line directory of my shows, login, then I can start an existing show, stop it, go to the right side and click on make a new show. This is the only way. It appears this version 6 is not working well as a local version actually on my computer and on-line with version 6 premium. Thank you for trying to help. jeff

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Redownload V6 from your membership page, pause or turn off your antivirus and reinstall over what you already have.

 

As for what happened, it could have been a Windows or other program update but it is more likely that Norton 360 suddenly decided that there was something in the registry that it didn't like. It has happened before with 360. Turn off the registry cleaner part of it, it is not needed.

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