Error Message: “Invalid skin (error in line 0 in the xml)”

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When I try to run Virtual DJ, I am getting an error message which displays:

"Invalid skin (error in line 0 in the xml)"

Need your help. Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #109645

Error Message: “Invalid skin (error in line 0 in the xml)”

Hi Ariel Chu
If you are using a PC then follow these steps.
The main cause of this is when you installed it while logged in as one user (a name that you use when installing) and then when running it you run it with a different user.
The other user is missing the DocumentVirualDj. It would not work without this.
To solve this issue that you are following these steps.
1.       Install it again with the similar user that you used.
2.        Copy manually the documentsVirtualdj folder to the other user.
If the problem is still there it`s because you are not running it as a administrator.
1.       Right click virtualdj
2.       And Choose Run as administrator.
Reminder: this error is also because of a skin that is not compatible with your virtualdj.
                        If you are using a MAC follow this step below
1.       Delete the file: macintoshHD at Users /USERNAME/ LIBRARY/preferences/ Com.atomixproductions.virtualdj.plist.
2.       Download the latest installation file. The link is below.                                                                                                                                                Good Luck
Answered By 572345 points N/A #109646

Error Message: “Invalid skin (error in line 0 in the xml)”


If you purchased the entire DJ system and the problem is only with the application, try reinstalling it. The package ships with the setup CD which allows you to reinstall the software in case it is necessary or install it on a different computer. Uninstall Virtual DJ then click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then select Disk Cleanup.

Select drive C and then click OK. Check “Temporary files” and “Setup log” if available then click OK and then Delete Files. Restart your computer and then install Virtual DJ back. This should fix the issue on the skin. If the problem continues, run Virtual DJ as administrator. Right-click on Virtual DJ on the desktop and then select Properties.

Select Compatibility tab then check “Run this program as an administrator” under “Privilege level” section and then click OK. Start Virtual DJ again.

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