Alright, so i have the movie star 5 program, and have already installed it on my windows XP, and it works perfectly, no problems, nothing. However, i recently uptaded to vista, so naturally, i had to install it again. the installition worked, however when i go to start movie star 5, it initializes the fonts, transitions and effects, however stops at the last effect and just doesnt start up. any ideas whats wrong ?
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You try try the compatibility wizard in Windows 7 to see if you can install Magix Move Edit Pro 14 in compatibility mode for Windows Vista.
To run the Program Compatibility troubleshooter
Open the Program Compatibility troubleshooter by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type troubleshooter, and then click Troubleshooting. Under Programs, click Run programs made for previous versions of Windows.
Follow the instructions in the troubleshooter.
If you cannot install a program, insert the installation disc for the program and, using the troubleshooter, browse to the program's setup file, usually called Setup.exe, Install.exe, or something similar. The troubleshooter is not designed to work on programs that have an .msi file name extension.
You can also open the Program Compatibility troubleshooter by right-clicking a program's icon or shortcut and then clicking Troubleshoot compatibility.
It should, because it worked on Windows Vista, which Windows 7 is based on. If it doesn't work, you can right-click on the desktop shortcut, and under the Compatibility tab, you can change it to Windows Vista SP2, which should let the program start.
The drivers for the Digital Blue Movie Creator 2.0 are only available for Windows ME/XP/2000 But as Windows 7 is backward compatible with most software, programs and drivers then there should be no problem.
Load up the driver in Windows 7, install the software and run. If there is a problem Windows 7 comes with a troubleshooter.
For the troubleshooter
Right click on program icon. On drop down menu select Troubleshoot compatability. Answer the questions that are asked such as ' which version of windows did this program work on before ?' Start the program after troubleshooter applies new settings.
this version was released with only 200/xp/vista support. you may just have to run both the installer and the software in compatibility mode. you can do this by right clicking the setup and on the top tab select compatibility mode then select windows xp sp3. there later version of this software (movie maker 17) does support the windows 7 platform
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Random suggestion that you have likely already tried. After you uninstalled did you go to your c drive, program files and delete the folder? I had issues with another program and found that the existing folder was the problem. After I deleted it and rebooted and then installed again it worked perfectly.
i just found out the problem.
I have nero 7 installed on vista. To fix the vista movie maker crash when rendering, I just renamed this folder
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Ahead\DSFilter
Renamed DSFilter to something else. VMM no longer crashes and when I want to use Nero again, just rename DSFilter back to normal.