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The fonts may not be installed on your computer at all. This may be the case if Band-in-a-Box® was copied/moved from one machine to another, you installed an upgrade without installing the previous full version, or system security software running on your computer (such as an anti-virus or firewall program) prevented the fonts from being installed properly. The solution is to reinstall Band-in-a-Box® from the original CD(s). If you suspect that the issue may have been caused by an anti-virus or firewall program, disable these programs while reinstalling. It isn't necessary to uninstall/remove Band-in-a-Box® first; simply install into your existing Band-in-a-Box® folder. You need to start with a full "Pro" version or "MegaPAK", then install subsequent regular upgrades. After you have done that, you should install the latest update patch available for your version. If you have a 64-bit version of Windows, or you are using Version 12 or earlier on Windows 2000/XP, you may need to install the font update.
More information: Because of StylePicker improvements in 2008 and higher, the most current bbw.lst file (style description file) cannot be used with 2007 and earlier versions. These small downloads will install a bbw.lst file for Band-in-a-Box® 2007 or earlier that will recognize the styles released with later versions of Band-in-a-Box®. You would only need to download one of these files if you have an older version of Band-in-a-Box® (2007 or earlier) and purchased a newer styles set.
If nothing at all happens when you press the [Test WAV] button, this means that Band-in-a-Box® is unable to find Windows Media Player on your computer. You should be able to resolve the problem by downloading and installing the latest version of Windows Media Player from Microsoft's website. If the problem persists, exit Band-in-a-Box® and test the rendered wave files manually with your preferred media player.
If you are still having trouble playing the videos for any reason, we suggest reinstalling Windows Media Player. This is easiest done by downloading and installing the most recent version of Windows Media Player for your operating system.
Note that If you have downloaded the video from our website, you will need to extract the file with a program such as WinZip. A trial version of WinZip can be downloaded from Windows XP has a built-in utility for extracting files. You should then be able to then play the file in Windows Media Player. If the video doesn't run automatically when you double-click on it, open Windows Media Player (Start | Programs | Accessories | Entertainment | Windows Media Player), and use the File | Open command to open the file.
There is no harm in keeping a copy of your entire Band-in-a-Box® folder for the previous version as a backup, aside from the hard disk space it takes up. For example, if you are upgrading to Band-in-a-Box® 2012 from 2011, you could create a folder called bb2011, copy the contents of your existing bb folder to the bb2011 folder, then install the Band-in-a-Box® 2012 upgrade into your bb folder.
Another consideration with RealDrums and RealTracks is that some earlier versions of Band-in-a-Box® could only use wave files, while 2009 and higher can use compressed WMA files directly, not requiring the much larger wave files to be present. So if you are upgrading from 2007/2008 to 2012, you could delete the wave files to free up hard disk space - there is an option within the RealDrums and RealTracks Preferences dialogs to "Archive" the wave files. Note that you will need to have the WMA files, which will be present along with the wave files unless you had manually deleted them (in which case you would need to reinstall them).
There are important files missing from your Band-in-a-Box® folder. This usually occurs if you don't install a Band-in-a-Box® upgrade into your existing Band-in-a-Box® folder. To resolve this problem, first find out where you have your previous version installed. By default, Band-in-a-Box® is installed in the BB folder on your hard drive, although it's possible you installed it somewhere else, or moved/renamed the folder. Wherever you have the previous installed, you want to install the Band-in-a-Box® upgrade into that folder. If you are installing Band-in-a-Box® on a new computer, you will need to start with a full "Pro" version or MegaPAK, then install the upgrade(s) over that.
First, make sure you have the latest update patch for Band-in-a-Box® installed. You can check your exact version by going to Help | About Band-in-a-Box®. Update patches for Band-in-a-Box® can be downloaded here. If you have an earlier build than the latest available, download and install the update patch. In some earlier versions of Band-in-a-Box®, *stereo* audio tracks were merged at the wrong speed (you can check to see if your audio track is stereo or mono by going to Opt. | Preferences | Audio). There were some other improvements to the "merge audio" routines that improved compatibility on certain systems and added a progress indicator to the Band-in-a-Box® title bar.
This means that you have had the trial version of the ForteDXi installed on your computer for over 30 days. If you want to continue to use the ForteDXi without this restriction, you will need to purchase the full version. After you have placed your order, you will receive a registration code via email. To convert the ForteDXi into the unlimited version, right-click in the ForteDxi control panel and select 'Enter Registration Code'.
The VSC-DXi runs on all operating systems, except for 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, and 7. The only other time you might have trouble installing the VSC-DXi is if you are trying to install by using a separate VSC-DXi setup file you downloaded or found on an older CD.
This option requires a lot of free hard disk space (over 80 GB) since these folders contain many audio files, and the installation may take about an hour to complete depending on how fast your computer is. See the documentation on the hard drive to find out exactly how much disk space is required for the version you have. If you have an Audiophile edition, note that you would need to copy the RealTracks and Drums folders manually if you wanted the uncompressed wave files on your internal hard drive. However, this wouldn't be very practical since it requires over 800GB of free disk space.
If you installed a Band-in-a-Box® 2010 or higher upgrade on disc or download to an earlier version of the hard drive (e.g. Band-in-a-Box® 2009 hard drive), and you are running Windows Vista or 7, then you should install the Band-in-a-Box® 2009 Hard Drive patch for Windows Vista and 7.
The most probable cause of this is that you are using Band-in-a-Box® on a USB hard drive that you purchased from us in 2009, and you have Windows Vista or Windows 7 with User Account Control enabled. So the solution mentioned here would be applicable if you had a previous hard drive version and purchased a 2010 upgrade via disc or download. When the StylePicker needs to be rebuilt (such as when you first run the program, or when you install new styles), the file RebuildStylePicker.txt is present in the bb folder. Band-in-a-Box® rebuilds the style list then deletes the file. In this case, Band-in-a-Box® does not have permission to delete the file, so the list is continually rebuilt. Not having permission to modify the contents of the bb folder would result in a number of other errors as well.
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