Posted 23 March 2011 - 07:34 PM
"Disc Copier could not detect any supported recorders. Please ensure your recorder is properly connected. If the problem persists, please re-install Easy CD & DVD Creator". I already tried this, and the problem still persists. How do I go about solving this issue? If anyone out there has a solution for me on how to solve this issue, please feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted 23 March 2011 - 11:00 PM
We normally deal with problems such as this in public on the board rather than by email, since that way everyone gets to see a solution if there's one available.
There are several reasons you might be getting that message
 You are trying to copy a DVD and might have a DVD reader, but you only have a CD burner.
 Windows can't see your drive. This can be because of a hardware fault or a software fault.
 the Roxio program can't see the drive. This is usually because of a software filter problem.
To fix this we need to know which problem you're having.
If it's not , please run Windows Device Manager, and click on the 'plus' sign alongside DVD/CD-Rom drives. This should cause the entry to expand and show you something like this for your drives. Only one entry if there's only one drive. [I have two drives, a DW1640 and a GSA-H22N]
If you can see an entry for your burner drive then the Windows end of things is working okay. If there's no entry there for your drive, or if there's a yellow sign with an exclamation '!' associated with it, please come back here and tell us.
If the device Manager entry looks okay, but your Roxio program still can't detect the drive, you might be having trouble with the Roxio PX Engine filter. Best way to fix that is to reinstall Roxio's PX Engine.
-Please go to THIS PAGE and download PX Engine 4.18.16a from the link halfway down the page.
-this should get you a ZIP file called pxengine4_18_16a.zip - please save it somewhere on your hard drive
-UNZIP that file, and dump the contents into your C:\Windows folder. It should be a file called pxengine4_18_16a.exe
-now click the Windows Start button and RUN the following command
pxengine4_18_16a.exe /pxhelponvista and click Enter [you can cut and paste the command from here if it's easier than typing it manually]
-The PX installer box should open. Follow the prompts to install the PX engine, and then restart Windows.
If all has gone well, your Roxio programs should now see your drives. Please come back and tell us how you got on.
P4 @3.20GHz on Albatron PX-865PE Pro II with 2GB DDR-SDRAM, FX5900XT video, Viewsonic monitors,
2 x DVDRW IDE 16X, in Windows XP, 7, and 8.
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Posted 14 January 2012 - 08:09 PM
Running Vista Ultimate 64 bit sp2.
Posted 14 January 2012 - 08:12 PM
Posted 15 January 2012 - 03:33 AM
Brendon posted your solution in that one
'Re-installing 4 times' is changing NOTHING! You have to follow his instructions.
Posted 15 January 2012 - 07:14 AM
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