Vista error – Skin image “menuseperator.png” found but cannot be loaded.

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I'm currently working on a system with the Vista Home Premium OS. After running a Virus scan (which came up clean) and a spyware scan (which also came up clean) I'm getting a "Skin image "menuseperator.png" found but cannot be loaded" error on boot up. I've tried changing the theme but the error still occurs. I've found refererences to this error on a few Roxio forums, but have not found any solutions. I've also installed SP1 for Vista, still no good. Help? Thanks -Flame

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I’ve not seen this error myself, but it appears to be associated with a corrupt install of Roxio EZ Media Creator 10 or EMC 9. Have you attempted the clean uninstall / re-install as suggested in the Roxio support forums?

If Roxio is NOT installed, try an OS repair from the installation CD (you will need to re-apply SP1…).

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