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Files Waiting To Be Burned To Disc Message

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Everytime I reboot my computer the following "balloon" pops up from the taskbar: "You have files waiting to be burned to disc. To see the files now, click this balloon." I click on the balloon and get the next window: "Please insert a disc into DVD drive (E:)" Behind that a full screen blank IE page opens. Insert a disc and nothing happens, the screen remains and the computer does nothing until I exit out of that blank screen and give up. Why is this happening? I have no files waiting to be burned to disc and don't even know where they'd reside. Anyone got a suggestion? :huh:

Jim

 

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Everytime I reboot my computer the following "balloon" pops up from the taskbar: "You have files waiting to be burned to disc. To see the files now, click this balloon." I click on the balloon and get the next window: "Please insert a disc into DVD drive (E:)" Behind that a full screen blank IE page opens. Insert a disc and nothing happens, the screen remains and the computer does nothing until I exit out of that blank screen and give up. Why is this happening? I have no files waiting to be burned to disc and don't even know where they'd reside. Anyone got a suggestion? :huh:

Jim

Sounds like a Windows message and not a Roxio message. You should be able to click on the balloon and choose to delete them. Or open the CD/DVD burner drive view the files waiting to be written to it, select all of them and delete them.

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Just a bit different if it's XP. I sent a file to be burned and then clicked on the balloon and this pops up. Just choose to delete the temporary files.

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Dell XPS 410

Windows Vista Home Premium

Roxio EMC10

Intel Core 2 Duo Processor E6600

4GB DDR2 SDRAM at 667MHz

ATI Radeon X1300 Pro 256MB DVIVGA, TV-out

500GB Serial ATA II hard drive - 7200RPM

16X DVD-ROM and 16X DVD+/-RW drives

Sound Blaster Audigy MB Audio

Legacy Audio Drivers

Legacy Video Capture Devices

Seagate 160 GB external hard drive

Seagate 500 GB external hard drive

 

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Perfect, worked like a charm. Thanks, everybody.

Jim

 

 

post-97-1240932811.gif Your welcome.....

 

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