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  1. All drivers and firmware are updated. I also disabled DVDLauncher that came with CyberLink's PowerDVD and "CD Detector" from Creative. It didn't help. Just keep in mind, all problems are starting right after burning with EMC 9 andreyk
  2. I'm having the following problem: 1. After PC was rebooted I can view/read any CDs/DVDs in my DVD drive. Win XP recognizes everything just fine. 2. After using EMC9 "Data Disk" to burn DVD-R (project completing successfully) in that drive, Win XP couldn't recognize anything in this drive anymore, until PC is rebooted. I can burn another EMC9 "Data Disk" DVDs though. Any ideas? Thanks, andreyk
  3. I have multiple video files (WMV) of the same format (fps, resolution, bps) that I'd like to combine into single file (WMV) with the same format as originals. How can I do that? Thanks, andreyk
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    Unable to save CD image

    It didn't help. Perhaps pxengine is older than I have already installed. Firmware is seems to be up to date (definetely for SONY). I have the following drives: HL-DT-STDVD+-RW GWA4164B (SONY) ATAPI DVD DD 2X16X4X16 (Pacific Digital) Is it possible that disk can be copy protected? It happened on two particular CDs for me. Both are games. One is Zoo Tycoon, another is Sims 2 Pets. (My kids are tossing them around sometimes, so I wanted to make backup copy just in case) Thanks, andreyk
  5. I've tried to save CD image (using Copy->Save Image) and got the following error: Sense: 05 ASC: 64 ASCQ: 00 (Command BE) ------------------------------------------------------- Px.dll: 3.0.88.500 PxAFS.DLL: 3.2.41.500 pxdrv.dll: 1.1.94.0 PxMas.dll: 3.0.88.500 PxSFS.DLL: 3.0.88.500 PxWave.dll: 3.0.88.500 pxwma.dll: 1.0.0.3 It happened on both CD drives I have on my PC. Is it possible that CD is copy protected? Thanks, andreyk
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