RE: Adding Software after Installation
Thank you for responding.
I have Vista Home Premium. I am not sure why it may of been passed over
during the initial installation. However, when I search for the program
either by menu or filename, its not found. I have even searched my inf
directory to no avail.
If I go to windows download, I can only find the new 2.6 version of movie
maker, however, this version will not allow you to import dvr_ms files which
is what i wanted to use the software for anyway. Besides, I should be able to
have the 6.0 version of movie maker that was intended to be a part of Vista
> Movie Maker has nothing to do with Aero and is installed with some editions
> of Windows Vista, not as a separate program. Do you have a DVD burner? If you
> don't have a dvd recorder drive, that could be the problem. Do a search for
> MovieMk.exe and see if it's on your computer. You don't say what version of
> Vista you have. Movie Maker comes on Home Premium and Ultimate only. Aero and
> Movie Maker are not available on Basic.
> "Stephen" wrote:
> > My Vista Install is missing the program "Movie Maker".
> > Here's my situation. I have a good working Vista installation. However, when
> > I first installed Vista, my hardware would not run Aero, due to memory and
> > graphics card limitations. Therefore, I beleve the install setup did not
> > install "movie maker" because it would not run.
> > Now that I have upgraded my hardware, how can I add "movie maker" from my
> > origional Vista DVD?
> > I have searched and searched and found no way to simply just run setup and
> > select "movie maker" to be installed.
> > I am hoping there is something simple I am missing.
> > Thank you
> > --
> > Stephen