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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by josswallace, Jun 30, 2012.

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  1. josswallace

    josswallace Thread Starter

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    I have just installed backup maker on my xp pro sytem and all worked fine. I have now tried to install it on my second XP pro system and the won't run and comes up with program failed error mesdsage.It will work in windows safe mode but fails again when i reboot. On rebooting the system also tells me that i have files waiting to be burnt to cd but the message dissapears.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. DaveA

    DaveA David Trusted Advisor

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    Are you using the Free or paid version?

    As for the Burn to CD, open Windows Explorer and the right click your CD burner. There you should see and entry such as "Burn to CD", just click on it and it will open the burning program.
     
  3. josswallace

    josswallace Thread Starter

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    I am using the free version. CD issue solved and not relevant to thi problem.

    Any further advice would be appreciated.
     
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    DaveBurnett Dave Trusted Advisor

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    What is the message?? in detail.
     
  5. josswallace

    josswallace Thread Starter

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    When I run it it just responds with a rectangular boxe that says "fault in program, see error report, submit error report etc.".
    Nothing appers to happen when I ask to see the error report.
     
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