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Sonic 10 I've got the Sonic 10 but i seamed to have lost the rest off the sonic for saving word files to disc. can you help me?

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Thank You it's worked a treat.

Meny thanks for your help as I didn't have a clue what it was I needed.

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Re: Sonic 10

Sarah, can you be more specific?

What disc are you using?

Are you talking about Sonic 10 the game or the file utility?


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Cannot open because the PX.dll cannot be found in my computer. where can i find that program?

PX.dll is a file installed by your CD burning or cd media software by Sonic Solutions. Sonic Solutions was bought out by Rovi who also handles Roxio.

Look in your CD collection for a disk with Sonic on it. If you do not have this, you may have to contact Rovi or Roxio for product support.

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It seems that the Sonic update manager is updating automatically or popping up while booting the computer.


This may be caused by removing certain non-Sonic/Roxio applications that share file resources with our Sonic/Roxio software. To resolve, it is required to replace these files with a fix utility.


It is not required to reinstall this application entirely.


It is just required to run this fix utility and reboot the computer.


Note: close all applications regarding Sonic and Roxio before installing.


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Can't get rid of the Sonic Activation Message that appears on Dell computers "The feature you are trying to use is on a CD-ROM or other removable disk that is not available. Insert the 'Sonic Activation...

Sonic is typically a cd burner software. look for any CD utilities running down by the clock and right click on the icon to exit them. Maybe look for a sonic or CD/DVD software package that would have come on a disk with your computer , insert it and re-install the package, that may do it for you. If the nag is tooo annoying, for the interim look in your start menu under startup and delete anything in there that is in relation to sonic or cd writing software. Hope that helps you. Cheers

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In Roxio Creator 2010 slideshow won't open..complaining " Certificate file is missing or has been corrupted". Reinstaling does not help


Check that the date on your computer is correct. Certificates are checked on an online microsoft database. If your computer has date Jan.2001, you get the certificate error.

If that was not the problem, then try the following:

Go to Control pane, switch it to classic view.
Open Control Panel ->Appearance and Personalization->Folder Options->View , then click on "Show Hidden files and folders" and Apply or OK
Go to : c:\Program Data
Delete folder called Roxio & Sonic
Try starting Roxio Creator.

If still no luck , do a system restore to a date that is one or two days before you tried to install Roxio.
After system restore, log in from account with administrator privileges, and reinstall Roxio.
When you reinstall Roxio, instead of double clicking on installer file, try clicking right mouse button on setup file and choose "Run as Administrator" from dropdown menu.
Allow all requests to allow system changes when asked.


Nov 07, 2009 | Operating Systems

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Sonic update manager

either uninstall sonic or
uncheck the sonic software in MSconfig


goto Start-Run-type msconfig
click on Startup tab
unclick any reference to sonic software

Oct 09, 2009 | Operating Systems

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Downloading a programn

If you have a DVD burner in your system, you probably have software that will allow you to burn disks already installed on your machine. The most common programs are Roxio, Sonic or Nero. I haven't used the Roxio software for a long time (since version 3), so I don't know how much as changed in its use. With Sonic or Nero, you just tell it what kind of disk you want to burn (for a program or data file, select data disc). Then add the files you would like to burn to the disk and click on the burn button. A few minutes later you will have a copy of your program burned onto the disk.

If for some reason you do not have any third-party burning software installed on your computer, you can insert a blank CD or DVD into the drive and when the autoplay options appear, select the option for having Windows prep the disk to burn files to it. Or you can even use Windows Media Player to do this too, but you would need to go into open up the Burn menu and select the Data CD or DVD option (instead of Audio CD).

Hope this helps!

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How to set up a e-mail address?

I can solve your problem, but a little bit intro of what's happening:
"Microsoft uses IP Geomapping to determine where in the world you are and then assigns you to your local e-mail address" means if your are in Uk you'll get to see only > > If u use proxy u'll get through.
So this link will redirect you to the US domain addressing @ Live/
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you can download the k-lite mega codec pack by searching it on google and download it from the given sites.

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