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Re: nero 8 problem
You need to delete on disc content on nero it might full look down see if the bar color occufide the red line it tells you if you there is not enough space or try look for disc info then look for total use space check if theres enough space for burning your disc. hope i help you with your problem :p
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If you have the two files iTunes.itl and iTunes Music.xml, you can trick Itunes into seeing your new library location when you move it to another drive. Start with iTunes closed.
1. Copy the two files to a safe location. 2. Hold the Shift key down while opening iTunes 3. Tell iTunes to create a new library and locate it on the new drive. 4. Close iTunes 5. Copy all the music files into the new drive and iTunes folder 6. Copy the two files from the old location over the newly created iTunes files in the new folder. 7. Open iTunes 8. Check the music for playability.
This method will save you hours of importing time.
YOU DIRTY CINEMANIAC! don't you know we have IMDB now?!
ahem...yeah I still use Cin 97 too...the suggestion tool is great and I have all those old lists I spent HOURS on!
Firstly are you still using the actual CD-ROM disc itself?
if NO skip the next part...
if YES - the good news is that the program is easily copied to a HDD and runs superfast. Just open a window showing the contents of the disc and navigate to the DATA folder. This folder contains ALL the necessary files so copy it to any location you choose (eg C:\Cinemania)
double-click on the DATA folder and then the APP folder...
see the file CNMNIA97.EXE? double-click it...
for some reason this .exe doesn't generate the error messages that the default launch file (CINMANIA.EXE) generates, so just create a shortcut that points to this file instead. DONE!
Cinemania 97 lists have a *.C7L extension - to use your old lists just find and copy these files to the location that Cinemania keeps its newly created .C7L files under Win 7.
Create a new list and search for *.C7L - for me the path is:
C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Multimedia\Cinemania
It Took Me About 40 min. to figure it out 1. install master cook 6.0 2. open sierra on c drive c:\sierra\mastercook6\program 3. delete msvcp.dll file mastercook 6.0 will now run there will be no cookbooks 1. goto file\open add it will list all the cookbooks 2. open each one and then everything works as normal
just click on VIDEODVD then add only the video files u want to add & haa plzz bear it in mind that the speed of burning must be 16X so that ur DVD player can read it ... & then start ur burning process ....
downlaod then install in your compurter.
Then open nero start smart then clik on add button then add those files which you want to copy to dvd.
Then click on finish.
Then clcik on burn thats it then wait .
Ok, go to my computer and look for the C: drive, right click on it and go to properties. Do you have enough room for the install?
If so, shut the laptop off and disconnect the AC power and remove the battery for 3 mins.
Reinstall the battery and reattach the AC power. Boot it up and wait for all start up programs to finish. Now try the installation again.
I had the same problem after a previous bad installation of Nero. I solved it by completely removing that installation. Check that these folders are deleted: \program files\Ahead\Nero and more important: \program files\common files\Nero