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  • Mark
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    Hi,

    Try building to a different directory. I.E. move your Virtual CD-ROM to "C:\Output\CD". So take the contents of "C:\windows\destop\cd" and move it to "C:\Output\CD". Now delete everything that was created by previous builds of your AutoPlay menu, so remove the DATA directory.

    If you get an error saying that "Menu1.ttf" cannot be moved from the folder on your desktop just move everything else.

    mark.

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  • hobbsdan
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    Hey Mark,

    Here is the sequence of events that I used to duplicate the error. I just did it and sure enough it happened again. I don't get it, but here is my explanation. I have completed a CD project, which is saved in my virtual CD ROM folder. This is located on my desktop. The build went fine and everything looked great. I thought I was finished. Then I decided to change the background screen to a black color in case the CD was run in 800 x 600 resolution. To do this I followed these steps: >Project Settings > Full Screen Mode

    Prior to this all three boxes in the project setting screen were blank--------


    I then went to the >Page Properties Screen > and then changed the background to black


    When I built the file I received this message: Error copying file: The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process. I don't know what process this would be-------I had no other applications running

    This was the build error message

    C:\windows\fonts\arial.tff
    C:\windows\destop\cd\DATA\menu.ttf

    after acknowledgement this message came up:

    error outputing fonts (#1)


    It seems this file changes--------I have seen different files in place of the arial.tff. It seems last evening this file was named menu.tff.

    Regardless, this is what is happening to me.

    I did a system restore to a previous time and my CD is as it was before w/o the additional changes that I wanted to make.

    Hope this helps. I would like to make a change to this CD if possible. I have put a lot of work into it. Am I doing something incorrectly?

    Thanks,

    dan

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  • Mark
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    Hi,

    If you do not want to try duplicating the problem, perhaps you could outline a series of steps that we could follow so that we can test this on our side?

    mark.

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  • hobbsdan
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    Hi Mark,

    I do have the latest version of the software----v3.0.0.7

    I don't know what is causing this error. I looked in the Registry and the menu.tff file is not there, but then again I have restored my system and would not expect it to be there. I think I can duplicate this problem, but I'm not sure if I want to or not.

    Thanks for your help.

    dan

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  • hobbsdan
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    Hey Mark,

    Thanks for the fast response. I am at work presently and my software is on my home computer. I just purchased the software so I am assuming that I have the most current version, but I will check when I arrive home this evening. Thanks for the information about regedit. I have used it before, but it has been so long that I have forgotten. Hopefully, I will not continue to experience problems, but I am hesitant because this has happen about 3 times now. Each time I must restore my system to an earlier setting to get my computer back to where it was. I appreciate your help and thoughts.

    Thanks,
    dan

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  • Mark
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    Hi,

    Do you know what version of AutoPlay 3.0 you are using? Under Help -> About? If you do not have version 3.0.0.7 go to: http://www.indigorose.com/products/a...o_patches1.php and download the patch.

    To view the registry go to: START -> RUN and type "regedit" (no quotes). That will open the registry for viewing, but remember unless you know what you are doing you shouldn't edit the registry.

    I'm not sure why this error was happening for you, it has happened to a few of our users in the past, but always with older versions. Try updating and see if that helps.

    mark.

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  • hobbsdan
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    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for the reply. Since I posted my problem I have done a system restore to a previous date and things seem to be working okay for now; however, I would like to find out what is causing this because it has happened to me more than once now. Could you explain to me how to look in the registry as you suggested in your email? Thanks-------dan

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  • Mark
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    Hi,

    Try building to a different folder on your hard drive. Does that work?

    You might want to look in the registry under: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts

    or

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Fonts

    and check if any of the Font data is "Menu2.ttf". If it is, it shouldn't be, so you might want to update the data. If you don't know what to change the data to, tell me which (if any) Font has "Menu2.ttf" as its data, and I will try to point you in the correct direction.

    mark.

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  • hobbsdan
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    Has anyone ever heard of this problem before? It may have something to do with fonts. This happened to me after downloading a trial version of Factory setup. Last night I noticed that my fonts were not working correctly. The "Times New Roman" font was not showing or printing on the screen properly. I have download the "Times New Roman" Font and now it seems to work okay in my Word Processing Program. Consequently, I have deinstalled factory setup. I still don't think my screen fonts and printing fonts are working correctly. This all has happened since I installed the trial version of factory setup. I still get the same error message when I try to build my CD with AutoMenu3.0. Please help.

    Originally posted by hobbsdan:
    I keep getting this error when trying to build my CD in Auto Studio 3.0.

    Error copying file. The system cannot find the file specified.

    From C:\Windows\Fonts\menu2.ttf
    To C:\Windows\Desktop\cd\DATA\menu1.tff

    The Virtual CD works great, but I cannot get it to build properly. Can anyone please help me with this issue. I would really appreciate it.

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  • hobbsdan
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    ERROR Copying File

    I keep getting this error when trying to build my CD in Auto Studio 3.0.

    Error copying file. The system cannot find the file specified.

    From C:\Windows\Fonts\menu2.ttf
    To C:\Windows\Desktop\cd\DATA\menu1.tff

    The Virtual CD works great, but I cannot get it to build properly. Can anyone please help me with this issue. I would really appreciate it.

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