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Roxio 5 or 6 doesn't open .cl4's

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by klberlin, Oct 10, 2003.

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  1. klberlin

    klberlin Thread Starter

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    I had this problem with Roxio 5, and I'm having it again with Roxio 6. It claims that the application will open my .cl4 files (I have no problem opening .cl5's), but when I open the file, Roxio freezes and CRASHES!

    I am desperate to open these files as I have some meaningful mixes from a few years ago that I'd like to reburn, since the original CDR's I burned them on are starting to get too scratched up to play.

    Help!!!

    Karen
     
  2. brendandonhu

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    Can you answer a few questions about the problem

    -Do all cl4 files have this problem, or just some?
    -What program did you use to create the cl4 files?
    -Have you ever used these files before? Its possible they were damaged or corrupted over time.
     
  3. klberlin

    klberlin Thread Starter

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    - Only some of these files crash Roxio. I can't figure out what's different about the ones that I'm able to open.

    - I used Adaptec 4.0 to create the files. Since Roxio bought Adaptec, it says that they should still be compatible.

    - I have not used the files since I reformatted my computer a year ago. The last time I used the files (that I can remember) was in May of last year.


    Roxio 6 is somewhat of an improvement over Roxio 5... in 5, I couldn't open ANY files... in 6, I can open some but not all. No clue why this is.

    Thanks for any help you can offer.
    Karen
     
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