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6.2.0.134 latest update?

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I have the basic 6.1 DVD version that shows the current version being 6.2.0.134 SP2 (1-27-2007). I can't seem to find out what version number the listed update(s) are on the update download page. Thanks for any help with this.

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From the update page

 

"...These web updates are apply to Easy CD & DVD Creator 6.x.x Basic and Starter Kit to 6.1.1.48..."

 

"...These web updates are apply to Easy CD & DVD Creator 6.x.x Platinum (English Only) to version 6.2.0.110. All other languages will update to version 6.2.0.130...."

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I suspect, given the information that Daithi has provided, that you recieved that you recieved an OEM Version with a burner, or, more likely, a computer. If so, then the OEM [Original Equipment Mfgr] provider is the one to turn to for update support.

 

Lynn

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qi7omy, yeah thanks I saw that update page, let me rephrase what I said- I originally got the 6.1 basic version bundled in the software for a DVD burner a while ago. On 1/27/07 I updated it to 6.2.0.134 from that same Roxio update page. I'm just wondering if the current/ most recent update is that same 6.2.0.134, that's all. It isn't spelled out very clearly what Roxio is calling the specific current update other than it seems to be for basic versions prior to 6.1.1.48. I'm going to assume that this is the same update I installed in January.

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I suspect, given the information that Daithi has provided, that you recieved that you recieved an OEM Version with a burner, or, more likely, a computer. If so, then the OEM [Original Equipment Mfgr] provider is the one to turn to for update support.

 

Lynn

 

 

It was on software supplied for my Plextor DVD burner. The Roxio was Creator 6 on the CD. Plextor doesn't have updates for Creator 6, just firmware updates for the burner itself. They link to Roxio under software resources FWIW. Anyway, in January I managed to update my OEM or whatever version to its current 6.2.0.134, using the updates for Creator 6.x.x Basic/Starter kit. Maybe I thought the "OEM" version I had was the "Basic" one. It seemed to work at least that's what version it says it is now. I realize that normally bundled OEM software is a stripped-down/less functional version.

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Occasionally, OEM software is somewhere between the old Version (having more of some things) and the new Version (having less than other things).

 

That is another reason it gets sticky trying to come up with answers that are accurate :(

 

Lynn

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qi7omy, yeah thanks I saw that update page, let me rephrase what I said- I originally got the 6.1 basic version bundled in the software for a DVD burner a while ago. On 1/27/07 I updated it to 6.2.0.134 from that same Roxio update page. I'm just wondering if the current/ most recent update is that same 6.2.0.134, that's all. It isn't spelled out very clearly what Roxio is calling the specific current update other than it seems to be for basic versions prior to 6.1.1.48. I'm going to assume that this is the same update I installed in January.

 

 

You have a OEM basic version which is the 6.1.xx.

 

The Platinum updater (6.2.xx) is for users who have purchased the full retail version.

 

Is there some specific reason you want the updates? If its working ok dont update.

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You have a OEM basic version which is the 6.1.xx.

 

The Platinum updater (6.2.xx) is for users who have purchased the full retail version.

 

Is there some specific reason you want the updates? If its working ok dont update.

 

 

Yep I figured the Platinum version was for a full version the same way I thought the Basic was for OEM folks like me. :) I certainly didn't find anything on either the Roxio or Plextors support sites about OEM version support. We must fall into that shady gray area of support.

 

Nope, no specific reason for wanting the updates other than *sometimes* they are recommended for either functionality or security reasons that sound reasonable. I have heard the saying if it ain't broke don't fix it, you betchya.

 

Thanks all for your input.

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