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#1 merryoak

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 03:23 PM

Assistance and advice would be appreciated.

Am upgrading a computer which i inherited and need drivers, etc for Easy CD Creator 5.

OLD COMPUTER 2001-2 with 1.4 MHz Athlon Thunderbird chip, 512 Ram, 320 G HDD, Windows XP SP3

New Computer 2007 with 2.66 GHz Pentium Dual core chip, 1024 RAM, 480 G HDD, Windows XP SP3

  DVD/CD Drive: Optiarc, DVD, RW AD-7190A

Suggestions, please. I my Roxio software quite infrequently, so can easily do without it, but would like to have it available.

Will this program run on a Linux distro (Linux Mint)??

Thanks,
tlcmd

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 03:45 PM

View Postmerryoak, on 27 April 2011 - 03:23 PM, said:

Assistance and advice would be appreciated.

Am upgrading a computer which i inherited and need drivers, etc for Easy CD Creator 5.

OLD COMPUTER 2001-2 with 1.4 MHz Athlon Thunderbird chip, 512 Ram, 320 G HDD, Windows XP SP3

New Computer 2007 with 2.66 GHz Pentium Dual core chip, 1024 RAM, 480 G HDD, Windows XP SP3

  DVD/CD Drive: Optiarc, DVD, RW AD-7190A

Suggestions, please. I my Roxio software quite infrequently, so can easily do without it, but would like to have it available.

Will this program run on a Linux distro (Linux Mint)??

Thanks,
tlcmd

Have a read through Brendon's post here..

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 04:40 PM

As for Linux - not natively. You'd need VMWare running Windows to get it to work
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#4 merryoak

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Posted 27 April 2011 - 07:13 PM

Thanks to all for the replies, referrals and suggestions. Unfortunately, I've upgraded to Windows XP SP3 which includes IE8 so will need to roll back to IE6. I've Windows Media Player 9.00. Since my use of Easy Creator 5 Platinum is so very infrequent, I'll probably bail and uninstall it. My Media Jukebox 8 generally does 99+% of my cd needs. And I really don't want to reinstall 112 Gigs of music and other files. I've enjoyed this forum, even if I've visited infrequently. And I have been quite happy with Easy Creator.

Thanks again and best wishes to all y'all,
Harmmmmmmmoniously (I'm a barbershopper),
Dick




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