Posted 21 July 2010 - 01:10 PM
joejoe52, on 21 July 2010 - 12:58 PM, said:
I have Roxio Easy Media Creator Home Version: 9.0.178 on a Sony Vaio running Windows Vista. I run into this problem where I will burn a DVD or CD to back up data and it will always seem to find a couple of file names that don't fit the protocol, ask me if I want to proceed without burning those, and then do so or not depending on my choice.
My problem is that a box opens up showing there is an error but I can never see the full file name so that I can go change it to something Roxio will accept. I can't expand the error box, or maximize it. Here's an example of what it might look like:
So let's say that is the music folder. I can't see the name of the file and can't figure out how I might be able to. Any help is most appreciated. Since it's usually only one or two files, it's really no problem to just rename them, if I knew what they were!
Well, it is pretty difficult to see your desktop. Why don't you look just below where you are adding text and look for the Attachments area. Browse to the file and open it, then attach this file.
Do some of your files have very long paths and files names? You can change the file system for the data discs (including mp3 discs). What application are you using to burnt he data discs? If you are using Creator Classic (Data Disc Advanced) you can switch to UDF, no bridge to get longer file names on the disc..
Edited by sknis, 21 July 2010 - 01:24 PM.
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