Fixed
Well the good news is I have fixed my problem with a Windows Update to my Graphics Card
Seems strange to me that a new Laptop would require this update, maybe I should have looked a little earlier, you live and learn.

So if you are having similar problems, check the Optional Windows updates.

I have a problem running Video Studio X5 with Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) Service Pack 1 (build 7601)Processor a Main Circuit Board b

The fix at least for me is to run Video Studio in XP Compatibility mode.

Below are some of the issues I see when running the program.


Library image samples I01 to I06 seem to be ok when selected, but right click-properties creates an error Unable to load Library.

error message

The images should be located here:-
C:\Program Files (x86)\Corel\Corel VideoStudio Ultimate X5\Samples\Image

All other images I07 to I28 generate an error and request a relink.
( With the exception of I11 ???)

The re-link path targets a folder as Pro X4, very strange as this program is not installed on the laptop.

error message

C:\Program Files\Corel does not exist as the system is using 64bit

Completing the re-link shows as being successful, but not so,
When the clip is selected again a re-link occurs, the system still looks for the files in C:\Program Files\Corel
Right click and Locate on Computer is not available, not surprising really.

Importing Jpeg Images to the Library

This option fails with an error Unable to Open File (File Format Mismatch)

error message

Further investigation also shows the Objects and Frames Library requests a relink, but targeting VS 12, very strange.


All other libraries seem to be working ok.

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