Unable to place music files in bars stored in Magix directory

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Hello experts,

For a couple of months, I have been using Magix music maker, but it is the first ever problem I am not able to find a reply. So, please help me to solve it.

The trouble is as given below:

When I open Magix music maker and try to apply the filemanager to find the way to my .wav files stored in the Magix directory with all other sound files and music files, all are just fine, but when I want to place them in bars to run them, then this error message appears:

"The file format of <File name and dir> cannot be read by MAGIX Music Maker. Please ensure that the affected drive is not full or write protected.

(Program files(x86) Folder, Disk Not full, Nothing write protected not even my documents area for the save files, why bother with WRITE protection when you can't READ the file is strange enough in my eyes as it is).

If you do not have read or write access to this path, please contact the administrator (me:S).

The odd things, which are the biggest hints that I have to fix this trouble up to now are these.
1: There are no write/read troubles with any files of the similar type in same processes.

2: All the wav files are able to play by MAGIX Music Maker without any trouble.

3: And the wav files are utilizable by the Song Maker attribute of MAGIX Music Maker with show up in the bars as well as they are also playable, but when I try to insert one the file manager, the same error happens again!!!

That pretty much keeps out the file itself from being the trouble or MAGIX may be unable to read it. I am not sure as to why this is happening. 

I am running Windows 7.

I need to solve it. Please help me.

Thanks a lot.

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Answered By 565000 points N/A #152207

Unable to place music files in bars stored in Magix directory

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I don’t think this is an incompatibility problem since your operating system is pretty much supported by the application. If MAGIX Music Maker works fine before and this problem is new to you, try restarting your computer then try it again.

See if you are now able to use it after booting your machine. Since most of the wav files you are using reside in the program’s folder, why not try moving them on a different folder outside the program’s folder or maybe on a different drive then try doing it again.

You may also try doing a clean installation of the program to restore it to its default configuration and fix any corrupted files that may have developed since you first install it. Uninstall MAGIX Music Maker then restart your computer.

After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Install the application again then check if this fixes the problem.

You may also try downloading the latest version to upgrade your present version. Download MAGIX Music Maker MX from MAGIX — MAGIX Music Maker MX – Make your own music.

This version supports Windows XP 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, and Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit.

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