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Roxio dvd burner problem

Using the dvd builder application in Roxio 7, when I add a title (video clip created in Create Slideshow application) it should show up in the Production Editor window.
My title is not showing up, though the dvd disc project size indicator shows the appropriate increase in size. The Production Editor buttons remain greyed-out and useless.
If I try adding another title, or the same one again, the dvd disc project size increase again and I get " DVD Builder has encountered a problem and needs to close........."

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Ensure that you have roxio disk or that you can reinstall it from your pc factory utilities (on dell, hp etc. under start button/all programs)
Go to
control panel
add remove program
remove roxio and install it again.
If it does not work, Windows may have developed a problem. In this case run system restore to an earlier date.

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Playback issues in Adobe Encore DVD 2.0 have a variety of symptoms. The following symptoms may occur when you use the preview feature, when you play video in the Monitor panel, when you play to an external device, or when you edit a menu or slide:
-- Video or audio exhibits stuttered playback.
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-- Encore DVD returns the error message, "Invalid requested time," when you transcode a file.
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1. Test the DVD on a variety of players.
Not all DVD players behave the same way. By testing the DVD on a variety of players, both set-top and software, you can determine if the problem is related to the DVD itself or just the player.
2. Make sure that the system meets the requirements for digital video.
Video may not play correctly if your system doesn't meet the following requirements:
-- Intel Pentium 4, 1.4 GHz processor or faster
-- Windows XP Professional or Home Edition with Service Pack 2
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-- 1280 x 1024 or greater color monitor resolution, 32-bit display adapter
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-- Supported DVD burner *
-- Stereo sound card
* For a list of supported DVD burners, visit the Adobe website at www.adobe.com/products/encore/systemreqs.html.
3. Update video display card drivers.
Outdated or flawed video display card drivers may incorrectly display motion video and textures, or incorrectly report their ability to display motion video or textures to Adobe Encore DVD. Contact the video display card manufacturer for the latest display drivers and driver information.
4. Select an appropriate Playback Quality setting.
You can display playback in the Encore DVD Monitor panel at either High quality, Draft quality, or Automatic quality. By default, the Monitor panel displays video at High quality; that is, it displays all the pixels of each frame of video. When Encore DVD plays back unrendered video at High quality, the video may stutter or ****. When you select Draft quality, Encore DVD always displays video at one-half resolution in the Monitor panel. When Draft quality is selected, playback is smooth but the image quality is affected. When you select Automatic quality for the Monitor panel, Encore DVD dynamically adjusts image resolution between High quality and Draft quality to best address the available system resources.
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1. Choose File > Preferences > Audio/Video Out.
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3. In order for the change in preference to take effect, you must close the Monitor panel and then reopen it.
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