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Roxio Creator Classic 6.2.0.110

 

1. Drag data file into project field

2. Insert blank disk (per red instruction "please insert a blank disc")

3. Click burn icon

4. Message appears: "There are no supported recorders available. Make sure that your recorder is powered on and that all cables are properly connected. Also, make sure the latest version of the software is installed to ensure you have the latest drivers."

 

WHAT "recorder" is it talking about and what's the problem?

 

Thanks!

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Roxio Creator Classic 6.2.0.110

 

1. Drag data file into project field

2. Insert blank disk (per red instruction "please insert a blank disc")

3. Click burn icon

4. Message appears: "There are no supported recorders available. Make sure that your recorder is powered on and that all cables are properly connected. Also, make sure the latest version of the software is installed to ensure you have the latest drivers."

 

WHAT "recorder" is it talking about and what's the problem?

 

Thanks!

 

Does Windows see the drive?

 

Did you just change to a new CDDVD burner?

 

Did you change your O/S system?. What O/S are you using?

 

Was it working ok the last time you used it?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for your reply --

 

Does Windows see the drive?

What do you mean, "see the drive?"

 

Did you just change to a new CDDVD burner?

Had my system rebuilt about nine months ago; as I recall, a new CD/DVD unit was installed then, so the answer is probably "yes".

 

Did you change your O/S system?. What O/S are you using?

No change to O/S system; WIN 2000 Pro 5.0.2195 w/a string of service packs

 

Was it working ok the last time you used it?

I'm pretty certain I've burned CDs since the new unit was installed, as I sometimes want to move info over to my MAC, so think the answer is "yes".

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Thanks for your reply --

 

Does Windows see the drive?

What do you mean, "see the drive?"

If you put a commercial CD/DVD into your drive, and open Windows Explorer, can you view the contents of the disc? If so, then Windows "sees" (is aware of) the drive. If instead, the drive letter doesn't show up for the drive, then it (Windows) doesn't "see" the drive.

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Yes, WinExplorer shows the drive.

 

 

Thanks for your reply --

 

Does Windows see the drive?

What do you mean, "see the drive?"

 

Did you just change to a new CDDVD burner?

Had my system rebuilt about nine months ago; as I recall, a new CD/DVD unit was installed then, so the answer is probably "yes".

 

Did you change your O/S system?. What O/S are you using?

No change to O/S system; WIN 2000 Pro 5.0.2195 w/a string of service packs

 

Was it working ok the last time you used it?

I'm pretty certain I've burned CDs since the new unit was installed, as I sometimes want to move info over to my MAC, so think the answer is "yes".

 

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"Frustrated Larry", are you the user who started this topic under the name "Doggeral" ?

 

No -- Doggeral remains different ... and after running the .exe program suggested, my Drag-2-Disk works now, but Classic still does not do anything after I insert a blank disk in response to the "insert a blank disk" instruction ... just sits there (and without even a smile on its face yet!).

 

Any next steps?

 

Thanks

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