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  1. mikeuk

    Drag To Disk Crashes

    Pre loaded Roxio was Build 2.4.32a. This gave the problem of BSOD when using D2D. I therefore upgraded to EMC9 in the hope that it would cure the problem but it didn't.
  2. mikeuk

    Drag To Disk Crashes

    Thanks for your response. The details of my system are: XP Media Centre Edition IE7 WMP10 Philips DVD +RW discs PC World PCline CDRW discs Dell Dimension 9200 Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 Processor (1.86GHz, 1066MHz, 2MB) 2GB Dual Channel DDR 533MHz 256MB ATI Radeon X1300 Pro 320GB Serial ATA RAID Drive NEC DVD+-RW ND-3650A ID string ST3250824AS Dell™ 19" UltraSharp™ Digital/Analogue Flat Panel (digital connected) Dell have already supplied a replacement DVDRW drive but that did not resolve the problem. By only using D2D for small number of files it will often work correctly. Dell's final suggestion was to run their PCRestore which would return the pc to the factory settings. As I would then have to reload all of my programs I decided to live with the D2D problem rather than a complete reinstallation. It was only after finding the Roxio forums that I realised others had similar problems. While as I say I am currently living with the problem, it would be helpful if there is some way of resolving it.
  3. mikeuk

    Drag To Disk Crashes

    I am, as many others, having D2D problems with MC9. I have on numerous occasions had the BSOD when using D2D. Sometimes the discs can subsequently be read by my drive having rebooted the pc but DVD+RW discs become Read-only. I purchased MC9 when I bought a new Dell Dimension 9200. I had a free packet writing program on my previous pc which I used for backup for many years without any problems so I find it hard to believe that there is an inherent unreliability in the system. I cannot understand why Roxio will not accept that with so many people having problems with D2D on MC9, many of whom have previously reliably used packet writing software, that there is a problem with MC9 that needs to be resolved. This is my first purchase of Roxio software and on experience to date it will be my last. Mike
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