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I just bought a new computer with Windows 7. It came with Creator 10 installed. However, when I try to use it it does not recognize my RW drive. My two drives work in other programs and can even burn discs but Roxio does not recognize them. I tried reinstalling it but nothing changed.

 

I didn't check if it was like that before I added some more hard drives to my computer and changed the names of the drives from D: and E: to X: and Y:. I don't think this should be the reason as I my drives are recognized everywhere else and I burned a few CDs in WMP.

 

I really prefer using Roxio to these other burners. Can someone please offer some advice? Thanks in advance.

 

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I just bought a new computer with Windows 7. It came with Creator 10 installed.

Hello,

 

-Easy Media Creator 10 is not compatible with Windows 7. See HERE for the Roxio Suites which are compatible with Windows 7.

-Creator 2010 is.

 

Which one do you have? If you go to the Home application, click on Help > About this software, and tell us what version name and number appears, we might be able to help you.

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Hello,

 

-Easy Media Creator 10 is not compatible with Windows 7. See HERE for the Roxio Suites which are compatible with Windows 7.

-Creator 2010 is.

 

Which one do you have? If you go to the Home application, click on Help > About this software, and tell us what version name and number appears, we might be able to help you.

 

 

That's pretty stupid. The computer comes with the program installed even though it won't work. That's what I get for buying from Dell...

 

My version is: Creator DE 10.3

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That's pretty stupid. The computer comes with the program installed even though it won't work. That's what I get for buying from Dell...

 

 

So what software do you have? :blink:

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Sorry I was so frustrated after reading his first sentence I failed to read the second then edited my post.

 

My version is Creator DE 10.3

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That's pretty stupid. The computer comes with the program installed even though it won't work. That's what I get for buying from Dell...

 

My version is: Creator DE 10.3

 

Contact Dell, it is their OEM software. Maybe they can provide you with a compatible software.

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The 10.3 version should be Win7 compatible. Would really like to know what it says in Help About:

 

(not the Serial Number! Just the version)post-39730-1259412985.jpg

 

In the meanwhile download and run the PX Engine fixes...

 

NUTS! All I have is the link to 4, someone have the link to 3???

 

OK – found it! :D

 

Do the PX 3 first: 3.x

 

Then update to the 4.0 afterwards: 4.x

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Evem MS don't say it's compatable (but for some odd reason they say EMC 9 is)

 

 

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I suspect that compatibility depends on which side you're looking at it from.

If it doesn't break our product, it's compatible. It might not work, but that's a whole 'nother thing.

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