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  • Hi I own the program Roxio Creator 9 [REMOVED SERIAL NUMBER] and I have been having problems saving images to discs. I use the Easy Creator and I see the images on the disc while it's in my Dell but once I take it out and put it back in it says it can't read it and that it must be currupted. I'm a photographer and I always copy my pictures to a disc using this program but half the time once i take the blank CD-RW out I can't access the pictures. Sometimes it works and sometimes I can't reload the files on the disc. Thanks for any help. JJ

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Strongly recommend you edit your original post and remove your e-mail ID as these boards do get read by e-mail bots harvesting e-mail addresses. Unless you like spam.

 

When you say "saving images to discs", do you mean image as in "picture" files like .JPG or .PNG, or do you mean disc image files like .ISO?

 

What version of Roxio are you running? And what version of windows?

 

What brand of disc are you using? And is there a particular reason you're using CD-RW discs? Are you reusing the discs? And if so, do you have more problems with discs that you've used many times?

 

If you are strictly archiving, and only want to add pictures and never erase them, you can do that with CD-R discs. If you have more room on the disc, uncheck the "Read Only" box when you write your disc so that you can add more files later.

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I have NO Idea what happened to my reply....so I'll try it again. I use memorex CD-RW disc and have for years no problems. I tried using CD-R but they didn't work. I save the images as a Jpeg when the save icon comes up I save it into the Blank Disc and I can see the images in the disc as I have it opened up. I use Roxio Creator 9.0. But when I take the disc out using the proper way and I put it back in there comes an error. It says that it can't find files and that it may be currupted.

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I have NO Idea what happened to my reply....so I'll try it again. I use memorex CD-RW disc and have for years no problems. I tried using CD-R but they didn't work. I save the images as a Jpeg when the save icon comes up I save it into the Blank Disc and I can see the images in the disc as I have it opened up. I use Roxio Creator 9.0. But when I take the disc out using the proper way and I put it back in there comes an error. It says that it can't find files and that it may be currupted.

 

Are you using Drag to Disc application?

 

Memorex CD-RW disc's are probably the worst RW disc's out there.

 

A CD-R will work if you use it correctly.

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Historically, Memorex have been one of the least reliable brands of discs. Also, Drag To Disc has also been one of the methods of writing discs that has caused the most problems. So, you're probably using one of the most fragile methods of writing to optical disc ever available. (Drag to Disc was discontinued, I believe with the next version.)

 

My first suggestion is to try some other brands of blank discs, CD-R or CD-RW. You do have to format the discs for use with Drag To Disc (D2D) before it will write data to them.

 

Okay... I just loaded up EMC 9, though mine isn't the Dell version.

 

Instead of D2D, I would strongly suggest that you use Creator Classic. Open EMC9, select Data Disc, and Creator Classic, hopefully that is part of your Dell version. If you use a CD-R, make sure you un-check the "Read Only" checkbox as shown in the image below. That way you'll be able to add more images to the disc until it is full. Also, you need to use a blank, not formatted, disc for Creator Classic.

 

 

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Hope that helps.

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