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Hello and welcome to the CyberLink PhotoDirector Forum

This forum is not the official product support forum and technical support team will not reply to your postings. This forum is intended for user-to-user help. If you need technical support please contact the CyberLink Support Team or: technical support.

  • Before you post a question, you are advised to do a search on this forum. Your question may have been discussed already. You may also find your question answered in the FAQ or User Guide.

  • Please do not send your question to other members via the private message feature. Post your question on the forum.

  • Please be polite and use proper language without insults. If your posting does not abide by the rules, it may be edited/blocked/deleted.

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    There could be many reasons that caused the issue you are facing. To help provide you with prompt guidance, it’s important that you include the below information when posting your question.

  • DxDiag.txt – Please visit DxDiag FAQ to learn how to generate it. You are also recommended to zip your DxDiag.txt before attaching it to your post. We need to know what kind of system you have.

  • Your existing PhotoDirector version and SR number. We need to know what PhotoDirector version and build number that you have installed.

  • 1. Click on the name PhotoDirector – top right of the user interface[/list]
    2. This opens the About dialog. Note down the required information.

  • Take screen captures of the symptoms that you experience. This helps members understand your question better.

  • 1. In top right on your keyboard > Press the “Print Screen/Sys Rq/prt sc” button
    2. Now open up an Image Editor program, such as Paint.
    3. Go to Edit > Paste as a new image
    or it could be
    1. File > open new file
    2. Edit > Paste
    3. Save the image as a jpeg/jpg file
    4. Attach the image to a forum posting - maximum size 100 KB

  • Describe your question clearly and in order. The clearer your description, the easier it is for members to help. Outlining your steps would be a good start.

  • - Have fun on this forum -

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