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Memorex Expressit S.E. 2.2 software for cd/dvd labeling

I purchase a new computer and it has Window Vista and it isn't compatible with the operation system. Do you have an updated version? I have a bunch of your cd labels and DVD labels to be printed out since I do DVD with music.

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  • sandornagy_5 Jul 06, 2008

    my software is only working with XP window,and do not work with vista

  • golfer102934 Jul 07, 2008

    memorex Expressit S.E.2.2software for cd/dvd labeling does not work on VISTA

  • ot4591 Jul 23, 2008

    the problem i'm having is the paper rolls out without printing the picture on it

  • Anonymous Aug 04, 2008

    the problem i'm having is the paper rolls out without printing the picture on it

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Memorex site has a free downloadable upgraded version. But it's doesn't use the same file extensions, so I can't use may older designs.

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I have same problem paper rolls out with no picture i use vista ultimate

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

I installed it on Vista Home Premium and it works for me !

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