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Phototoolkitmem.exe hinders execution of DVD programs
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Author:  bkahler [ Tue Aug 07, 2007 10:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Phototoolkitmem.exe hinders execution of DVD programs

In addition to the problems with office 2007 mentioned in my other post, phototoolkitmem.exe also makes trouble when trying to run programs from Primal DVD educational anatomy software. This is fairly normal programs based on Quicktime. It has a validation routine as part of it license scheme - not diferent from many others. Phototoolkitmem.exe interferes with this, so that for some disks, the disk becomes unreadable after trying to start their product. Stopping phototoolkitmem.exe immediately resolve the problem. It has been tested out on 3 different machine - each running different language versions of XP SP2 and having different setup (firewalls, protection etc.) I suspect that Office 2007 and primal are not the only products having trouble.

Author:  Maxim [ Thu Aug 09, 2007 11:17 pm ]
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Yes, unfortunately the are reports about some other applications which conflict with the latest version of Photo Toolkit. We will try to fix this bug as soon as possible.
And quick solution can be in disabling phototoolkitmem.exe at all. Stand-alone version of Photo Toolkit doesn't require it to work.

Author:  bkahler [ Fri Aug 10, 2007 12:30 pm ]
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As mentioned in my other mail, the trouble seems to relate to Securom v7

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