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Old 02-02-2010
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Unsupportable .vem files when data been burned

Hello. I have a desktop system with Windows 7 been installed as the operating system in it. I have certain data that is in Jpg format and when I burn them into a disc it gets converted to .vem file and hence it is not been able to execute then. Why is this happening? Please help me out in order to get the things to work out well. Thank you.
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Re: Unsupportable .vem files when data been burned

The problem that you are not able to execute the file because it seems there is some virus or threat issue with your system. It is not possible that the file format would get change automatically. You need to make the things to work out then by running a scan check or executing the powerful antivirus program to detect the threat and get it eradicated form the system.
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Re: Unsupportable .vem files when data been burned

There is a possibility that the application or there would be some sort of expander that would be attached to the thing. It is actually a program that may be associated with the thing and hence when you try to burn the dis cor process out some function it gets converted to .vem file format. You need to look out for the expander that is been associated or linked with the same.
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Re: Unsupportable .vem files when data been burned

The expander basically can also be related to a compression tool that may be installed in the system. There is no specific reason to the thing that it gets converted and hence not supported. It is the application that is linked with it making the things to occur out for such things. You can make it all correct by checking out the compression tool that is been installed and hence the execute the process.
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Re: Unsupportable .vem files when data been burned

It could be that the file format to which you are trying to burn the disc may be of different format. This means that the application when you keep in process for burning the format or the type of file that has to be created may be mentioned wrongly or some issues related with the burning tool. You need to reinstall the burning wizard application. This may help you out in making things correct.
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Re: Unsupportable .vem files when data been burned

Use Quick heal total security antivirus tool in order to scan through the system completely and then detecting any threat that is been appended to the system or the application which is causing such issues. This may then make the things to work out without any issues. You can also use AVG 9.0 antivirus tool to check out for the same. Even it is a good antivirus tool. Hope this should work out for you.
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