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I also used Easy CD Creator 5 (Direct CD) in the past to create dozens of CD´s for backup purposes. Now that I have an Acer Aspire E1-571 with Windows 10 64 and a DVD RW, I need to restore some old files from them.

Nevertheless, the disks are not recognized by system. I´ve tried some UDF readers like the existing Roxio update, but it doesn't install, saying at first that "no Easy CD Creator was found to update". Then I installed ECD Creator 5.1 (Directd CD 5.1) from original disks and now it says that it works "only with ECDC versions 5 and upper". So, no way to update (crazy, because Roxio name it as a "standalone UDF Reader" and my installed version is 5.1).

I've found a IsoBuster app in the Net that can read all file information in the udf CD´s, but I can't open or copy them.

So the question is: Does anybody have a solution for that?

Thanks in advance

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I unfortunately used Easy CD Creator 5 (Direct CD) in the past to create dozens of CD´s for backup purposes. Now that I have an Acer Aspire E1-571 with Windows 10 64 and a DVD RW, I need to restore some old files from them.

Nevertheless, the disks are not recognized by system. I´ve tried some UDF readers like the existing Roxio update, but it doesn't install, saying at first that "no Easy CD Creator was found to update". Then I installed ECD Creator 5.1 (Directd CD 5.1) from original disks and now it says that it works "only with ECDC versions 5 and upper". So, no way to update (crazy, because Roxio name it as a "standalone UDF Reader" and my installed version is 5.1).

I've found a IsoBuster app in the Net that can read all file information in the udf CD´s, but I can't open or copy them.

So the question is: Does anybody have a solution for that?

Thanks in advance

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I've found a IsoBuster app in the Net that can read all file information in the udf CD´s, but I can't open or copy them.

 

 

The free trial lets you see what's there.

 

Buy IsoBuster and you can recover those disc's you see your files on.

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The alleged UDF Reader on the Roxio site is NOT a standalone reader. It's an updater as you've noticed, and therefore useless unless you already have the reader installed. I've told many Roxio people about that but nobody has fixed it.


I've been running the final version of Drag-to-Disc quite happily in Windows 7 for some time. If you are running a 32-bit Operating System I think it would be worth trying to run it under Windows 10, and if it runs you might well be able to read all your old D2D discs. It works fine with my old discs under Win 7, but I don't have Win 10 yet to try it there. This version won't work in a 64-bit O.S. and I haven't been able to find a 64-bit one.

 

You can find it on the Roxio site HERE.

They call it a patch, but it's actually a stand-alone installer for Drag-to-Disc and doesn't need any other Roxio products installed.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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