Have you ever been able to create a dvd project with nero vision? What are the file types you are using?
If you had a previous version of nero on your computer, it could have be conflicting with your version of nero you have now (188.8.131.52), even if nero uninstalled the earlier version for you.
If you’d like you can try running nero’s clean tool and see if that helps. Make sure you always have your serial written down somewhere, since running the clean tool will most likely wipe the registry of nero entries as well.
You can download the Nero General CleanTool from the following URL:
- Download the Nero General-CleanTool, save this file to your desktop.
- Open the ZIP-file and save (extract) the General-CleanTool application file.
- Double-click on the General-CleanTool application file to start the CleanTool. The window “Nero General Clean Tool” will open. The installed Nero version will be displayed.
- Activate the “Clean All” checkbox.
- Click the “Clean” button. A status window will open. The execution of the tool may take several minutes.
- Please wait until the progress bar has moved completely to the right.
- In the window â€œNero General Clean Toolâ€ click the â€œExitâ€ button once the erasing procedure is completed.
- Reboot your computer.
Immediately after rebooting, take the following additional steps.
- Click the Windows ‘Start’ button and select ‘Run…’ (If using Windows Vista, simply select the ‘Start Search’ field in the Start menu.)
- Type in “%temp%” (without the quotes, but do include the % characters) and click ‘OK’. The Windows ‘Temp’ folder should open.
- Click the ‘Edit’ menu and select ‘Select All’. The contents of the Temp folder should all be selected.
- Hit the ‘Delete’ key on your keyboard, and confirm that you wish to delete the selected files when prompted.
- You should now be able to reinstall nero 8.
I see that you are up to date, so don’t worry about updating.