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  1. I've been using Roxio products for years and have always been happy with them. However, in Roxio Creator NXT2 Pro, burning a DVD or CD *always* results in an error indicating that the disc is damaged and cannot be written to. My system has 4 optical drives: 2 x Pioneer Blue Ray burners and 2 x HP DVD burners. I get the error on all 4 optical drives. I've tried using discs from different manufacturors and NXT2 PRO *always* rejects the disc. I've got 16 GB of RAM and a Intel i7 HexCore LGA 2011 CPU, so I can't imagine its a system problem. The vast majority of discs that I burn are data discs, not video or audio. I have 3 x SATA III 4TB Western Digital Black hard drives plus a 512GB SSD as the boot drive, and I've tried moving the source folders to the various drives, and NXT2 PRO still rejects the disc. I never had this problem with NXT. I don't think I ever had a single "bad disc" error in NXT. I have uninstalled NXT2 PRO and am back using NXT, but I would like to be able to use the new features in NXT2 PRO. I paid a hundred bucks for it and it just does not work. Any disc from any manufacturor on any of my 4 optical drives results ends in a "bad disc" error message. Has anyone else had this problem? Any suggestions? NXT works perfectly and never rejects a disc. NXT2 PRO rejects every disc on every drive. After I bought NXT2 PRO, I waited more than two week before installing, so I get no free tech support. (14 @)$*#&!&! days of free tech support?!?!?! Awful. They should give at least 30 or 60 days.) Thank you for any suggesitons or comments or advice. Cordially, Chip Pearson Radial Velocity Computing
  2. Whenever I start Microsoft Visual Basic 6, or try to do a make on a project, Roxio Easy Creator 8 starts to install. I already have Roxio installed on my machine. How do I stop this from happening?