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    Nero_6 and XP (XP_Pro_Sp-2)

    I'm not at all sure if this is a Nero issue or a WinXP issue...

    But I installed Nero_6, and was setting up the updates. The update for PhotoShop Express (package 6) cannot sense Flash 7 (or 8) as being installed... but I believe it is.

    How can I check and verify same?

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    Re: Nero_6 and XP (XP_Pro_Sp-2)

    Nero PhotoShow Express is free, downgraded version of the program. It is NOT a part of Nero 6 Ultra, but a freebie added to the suite. Upgrading to PhotoShow Deluxe may correct your problem. Anyway, consider this FAQ:

    "33. When I share my Show as HTML and upload it to the web, it won't play. What's wrong?

    The problem is an inconsistency in capitalization between the slide show filename and the reference to that file in the HTML of the "Flash Detected" page. The HTML calls for a file named "PhotoShow_olp.swf", but in fact the file is named "photoshow_olp.swf" with no capitalizations.
    The solution is to change the filename for your slide show from "photoshow_olp.swf" to "PhotoShow_olp.swf". When you upload your PhotoShow to the internet again, it should play normally."

    (http://ww2.nero.com/nerophotoshow/enu/Nero...press_FAQs.html)

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    Re: Nero_6 and XP (XP_Pro_Sp-2)

    You cold be right... thnaks...

    Chuck
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