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    Roxio File Path Limit

    Surprised? Funny how companies will spend $1,000's on obtaining customer feedback but seemingly ignore free, good end-user requests!! Thanks again for the easy solution.
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    All is well. Wish everything was this easy! I will use Creator from Programs menu now on for this! Don't need to do this too often - but I do need to it is important. THANKS!!
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    Hey Jim, Thanks for your response... was away for a bit and am just picking this up now. Will go through and check as soon as I can. Looks very easy and I would actually prefer to use Creator Classic anyway - just did not access due to Roxio's home menu. Embarrassingly - I actually thought I was being directed to the equivalent of Creator in 2010 version and did not look further! I miss the simple "applications" menu/links that previous versions used to have. Oh well - will just have to create a separate shortcut if it works... no big deal. Appreciate - as before your patience. (and Brendon - thx for jumping in on thread as well!) Dan
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    I did another test with Jim's reccomended settings and it did not work. I further reduced path length and finally was able to get a burn done with paths no longer than approx 165ish. Data disc is simply a burn of various software organized into folders. Note that burn is done from SOFTWARE as root (as shown at top of list in one screenshot)... Here are a couple of screenshots...
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    Thank Jim. I'm not sure if it's me overthinking or you underthinking it!! You did not respond to a direct enquiry stating that the seemingly obvious option also states a limit of 106 characters!! Last time I checked, this would be a backwards step from a 212 limit - which is not the direction I needed to go. These details are given in the drop down list for selection. If you have tested you would know this. A simple response to this direct enquiry would have saved several entries in this thread. It could NOT have been clearer. Sep28 Message excerpt... Further to UDF - I see an option in Roxio 2010 (one of three) that says ISO+Joliet+UDF (106 character file names) ISO Level s claims 212 character limit. Is the "UDF" option as above? It states a 106 character limit so I did not try it... However - thanks for your patience and posts, regardless.
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    Thx. I know spaces count - as do all path characters including root drive etc. Jim, How do I switch to UDF file system with Roxio 2010? Roxio reports a 106 char limit with the only option that includes UDF as part of its description (See prior post). This was the main intent of my last posted question. Dan
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    Thanks for tip on UDF but - there is something to fix. Limits are not applied as set. When a 212 char limit is set, over 106 reports an error. Further to UDF - I see an option in Roxio 2010 (one of three) that says ISO+Joliet+UDF (106 character file names) ISO Level s claims 212 character limit. Is the "UDF" option as above? It states a 106 character limit so I did not try it...
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    Roxio File Path Limit

    I'm not sure why this has not been patched yet but Roxio Creator 2010 is finicky and very inaccurate in reporting filename length/path issues. I have always had problems with this issue but it is particularly troublesome when doing a larger backup that will likely include long paths. Most recently, I tried to create a disc and the 212 (ISO Level 2) limit was reported as exceeded. In this case it was correct so I made changes, verified and then tried again. This time. Roxio reported some strange issues saying that the 106 char limit has been exceeded but it was still set for ISO Level 2 mode with a 212char limit. see attached/below. This is very frustrating when simply needing to burn a disc! Even this reporting is is not consistent, nor reliable as different files can be reported on subsequent attempts. Software is patched to latest release. Checking reports no updates available. Can we get this fixed??? Am I missing something?
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    EMC 9 fails to start

    gi7omy Thanks. There really hasn't been much done. Acrobat 7 was updated and then only normal updates such as AV software as far as I can remember. Don't think there have even been any O/S updates but that is possible. Problem is I do not know exactly when EMC failed since my usage of EMC tends to go in cycles. DCB Wow! Great work. Can advise that I do not use Norton though so if it is AV related McAfee 2007+ also can affect it. I do not use any registry scanning/cleaning utilities for the very reason that it is too easy for something to be changed that shouldn't be. I have not been able to pursue further yet but appreciate the additional comments and feedback.
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    EMC 9 fails to start

    Let me complicate this for the Video Gurus in this thread. I have EMC9 installed and it worked fine for several weeks. Now, I have the same problem as described here. No Roxio applications will run. No events record are posted. Just a momentary blip if you catch it in Task Manager and its gone. Drag to Disc seems like only application that is OK. Applications will not run from direct link as opposed to the Roxio "Home" link. I do NOT have MSIE7 installed. I DO have WMP11 (it was installed before Roxio - ie before when Roxio worked) I DO have 128MB of Video RAM in an ATI 9600 All-In-Wonder (a compatible card). A repair install resulted in the following upon the required reboot... In Order... 1) Runtme Error! (Program...... RoxWatchTray9.exe) The application has requested the runtime to end in an usual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information. 2) Runtme Error! (Program...... RoxWatchTray9.exe) R6025 - pure virtual function call After the "repair"... No change. So - what now? By the way. Despite the error I could get [RoxWatchTray9.exe] to run by locating it in C:\Program Files\Common Files\Roxio Shared\9.0\SharedCOM and running manually. but regardless, no Roxio apps will run. Suspect the issues are related.
  11. Ah yes... am aware of Disk Management but D2D is not a drive that shows as "mounted" drive in Disk Management. The CD-DVD writer shows but it also works with all other Roxio software and, in general. It is ONLY D2D that seems to have picked up on the non-existent drive "G"... HANG on. May have a fix! I was checking to verify that I was advising of the correct misallocated drive letter (G) so I manually ran D2D and then opened the D2D mini-window. Drive was assigned OK now as W. My system had been rebooting before in trying to resolve this problem but it did not change. Since it was linked to a non-existent drive anyway, I disabled the D2D utility from starting up using the msconfig utility and rebooted. That was how I was running since just after I posted first message. It seems that booting with D2D disabled allowed it to reconfigure itself! Will reboot after I post this message and advise ONLY if it does NOT still work.
  12. How can I reassign the drive letter used for D2D so that it matches actual CD-DVD mounted drive letter? D2D is using G: which is an non-existent device but CD-DVD is W:. This seemed to occur after an update to the CD-DVD firmware after which the drive intially remounted as G: instead of W:. Searched the registry, thinking it would be an easy tweak but could not find. Also, no options seem to exist to assign the letter properly. EMC version is 7.5, patched to latest release. Am I missing something?
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