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Can you publish your show? To what format are you trying to publish your show? DVD or some video format?
Another frequent way to troubleshoot problems is to find the element that might be the cause of the crash. Most of the time this is the audio file. Try to delete it and see if the program still crashes.
When was the last time that you rebooted your computer?
How did you install the program? The recommendation is to disable all security programs during install.
Mon Sep 30, 2019 10:29 am
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Mon Sep 30, 2019 2:18 pm
Riekelt wrote:Hello AJ
I had exactly the same problem and also only reinstalled without suc6....
Only more important is how you uninstall the old program. In the register there remains too much register lines with the name proshow
on the computer even though the program has been deleted.
So what iI did;
The uninstallation of the program needs some attention.
I have deleted all the rest of the Proshow register lines, and there are more than you think,
before I reinstalled the latest version again. The problem was then resolved!!!
Fresh and clean Prohow 9.03797 !!!
if you want try ( only if you uinderstand what you are doing.....)
Uninstall Proshow, and clean cache ( see explanation Cherub)
WIN button + R
type regedit + enter ( regedit starts )
type CTRL+F ( find starts )
type proshow + enter (computrer is searching in register for proshow )
press the delete button if its finds a register line with proshow in it
press F3 for the next line and go on untill it finds them all
So in this way you deleteted all the proshow lines the computer finds ( more than 10....)
if it is finished exit proram regedit
reinstall the proshow 9.03797
and you wil have a clean first born Proshow on your computer......
( sorry for my english, i am dutch)
Mon Sep 30, 2019 2:22 pm
cherub wrote:A clean install usually solves many computer problems.
But I'm a bit reluctant to tell people to enter the registry. Not everybody is comfortable with this.
There is a free program that does a good job at uninstalling programs and getting rid of registry leftovers:
https://www.revouninstaller.com/product ... ller-free/
You might give it a try.
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Donna77642 wrote:Hi Riekelt,
I am worried that if I use control alt delete and close the program that way, then it will be surely corrupted even more when I open it again.... yipes, this could drive you to drink, but my mom deserves a good send off (she is still here so I have a little time...) Donna
Sat Nov 28, 2020 3:25 am
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