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  • Medic Mom - Holy Grail of Toners

    I have tried TONS of toners trying to find the perfect one and this is the holy grail! It works great and smells even better. If your on the fence about this run don't walk to buy it, you won't be disappointed!

  • Mrs. Pib - Mop substitute, not scrubbing substitute

    I have very old, very dirty linoleum in my kitchen. It wasn't maintained well by its previous owner and, because it looks so bad, I've always felt that cleaning it was a game of diminishing returns. It's a self-perpetuating cycle of neglect. Cleaning it doesn't get it very clean, even when I'm hand scrubbing the bejesus out of it, so I never bother to clean it that well.

  • AlkiVista1 - Great Package if You Can Install It

    I was forced to upgrade to Creator 2012 Special Edition after spending untold hours trying to fix Easy Media Creator 10 which suddenly stopped working after years of problem free function and instead insisted MPEG-2 Codec be installed to use it. I tried every series of steps out there to get it back to working. Finally I got the news that this problem is probably not solvable, plus Roxio is no longer supporting this version. So here I am with Creator 2012 Special Edition. So far I have made 6 unsuccessful tries to get a successful installation. The first 2 just hung about half-way thru without leaving a clue. More recently, after a thorough cleansing of my PC of every smidgen of anything related to Roxio, I am getting almost 2/3 through the install before it kicks me out and rolls back the whole works. Get this though. An exact quote of the unbelievable error message "You Must Install Roxio Creator 2012 Before installing the content". This is from the "install wizard" which Roxio generated, not me. After extensive reading of untold blogs, user communities etc, etc, the only sure way of getting a trouble free installation is to reformat your hard drive and reinstall Windows, and then go straight to installing your Roxio product. If there is any residue of any previous version of their products on your machine your chances of success are a roll of the dice. If you feel up to that level of effort, then I applaud you. As for me, after all that, I'm giving it one more try, then I'll be taking it back for a refund.