I receive "Runtime Error" message and can't launch VOCALOID3 Editor or Tiny VOCALOID3 Editor.
Please update VOCALOID3 Editor and Tiny VOCALOID3 Editor to the most current version first. Download If that doesn't resolve the problem, the following tool called "Security Update Program" (download from the link) may resolve it. Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Service Pack 1 Redistributable Package MFC Security Update Program. http://www.microsoft.com/ja-jp/download/details.aspx?id=26368 This often occurs when Windows Update (Microsoft Update) is never executed on your machine.
I tried to start VOCALOID3 Editor and/or Tiny VOCALOID3 Editor, but I get an error message indicating that DSCL3.dll cannot be found on the computer and the software cannot be started.
"Does the installation path for your VOCALOID3 Editor and/or Tiny VOCALOID3 Editor contain a semicolon (;)? If the installation path contains a semicolon (;), the software may not start correctly. If this happens, uninstall the software and then reinstall it to a path that does not contain a semicolon (;)."
I have already activated all the installed VOCALOID products. However, when I try to start VOCALOID3 Editor (Tiny VOCALOID3 Editor), I get a message saying "One or more VOCALOID components are not authorized! Please activate VOCALOID3.", and the software cannot be started.
Do you have any VOCALOID product for which installation failed? If so, uninstall the product that has not been installed correctly.
The message "VOCALOID3 is already Running" appears and the application will not start.
VOCALOID3 Editor might already be running. Press the Alt + Tab keys to switch between tasks and check if VOCALOID3 Editor is running. Also, if you were using a multi-display environment previously, the Editor screen might not appear (might be off screen) even if you select VOCALOID3 Editor by switching tasks. In that case, you might be able to find the Editor screen if you select VOCALOID3 Editor by switching tasks, and then press the Alt + space keys, select "Move" from the menu that appears, and use the cursor keys on the keyboard to move the Editor screen.