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    Easy Cd & Dvd Creator 6

    Again, their is two types of the Digital Media Suite....Basic and Platinum........all this really means is when you go to the Software Update page you have to select the right one. If you are having problems with either one, you having something on your computer blocking you getting the download.
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    Direct Cd Issue

    Read this..... http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=122 it will tell you about about why not to use Direct cd, and then further down it talks about "missing files", and how to recover them.
  3. The folowing is from Lynn who responded earlier in this thread "The LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW 1693S is a Dual Layer drive, and Dual Layer wasn't supported until EMC 7.1 (altho EMC 7 can be upgraded to that). The built-in Drive-detection might recognize it as a generic drive, but it is simply too new for full recognition."
  4. And did your new PC come with new CD burners, or are they the ones from your old system.
  5. Did this software come with the computer/burner (OEM), if so, get back to them, as they are responsible to provide the correct software to work with THEIR equipment.
  6. ogdens

    Easy Cd & Dvd Creator 6

    Which one Basic or Platinum. ............just tried both of them, they dowloaded ok for me.
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    Supported Recorders Not Detected

    Your the first person to come back and say this did not work. Did you follow the instructions exactly as I said? and, also applied the Platinum updater. You could run the Roxizap a couple of times. (dont worry about the refrence to version 4 & 5). Hope that does it. Oops.....if that NEC is a Dual Layer burner Roxio 6 does not support them.
  8. Read this : http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=125
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    Supported Recorders Not Detected

    Try uninstall/re-install Go into your add/remove programs and remove Roxio.......then use this Roxio utility called Roxizap that you can use to remove all remnants of Roxio/Adaptec software for you. Caution, I understand it may also remove registry entries for GoBack, so if you have that installed, uninstall it first, then re-install after running roxizap. You can get roxizap here: http://tools.roxio.com/support/tools/roxizap.exe Then re-install from your installation disc. If you require any updates they are on the left of this page (Software Updates) make sure you apply the correct one, Basic or Platinum.
  10. Is it ONLY Soundstream that is not working?.
  11. ECDC Version 4 does not run under XP, even your Dell OEM version of Roxio's basic version Try one of these programs to recover your cd's ........ cdroller(www.cdroller.com or ISOBuster (www.isobuster.com) - both have "trial" versions that let you see if anything can be recovered before you have to pay. The current version that Roxio sells is Version 8, so as you can see you have a very old Dell version. Go here for more info: http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=805
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    Cd Engine Updater 6.63e

    .. It would appear you have a OEM version of Roxio (this means your software either came free with your burner or your computer). Roxio's Basic update starts with 6.1,xxx and the retail Platinum is 6.2.xxx, so you should contact the OEM that supplied you with the software.
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    Easy Cd & Dvd 6 Does Not Detect Drive

    Glad you got everything working.
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    Easy Cd & Dvd 6 Does Not Detect Drive

    Try uninstall/re-install Go into your add/remove programs and remove Roxio.......then use this Roxio utility called Roxizap that you can use to remove all remnants of Roxio/Adaptec software for you. Caution, I understand it may also remove registry entries for GoBack, so if you have that installed, uninstall it first, then re-install after running roxizap. You can get roxizap here: http://tools.roxio.com/support/tools/roxizap.exe then re-install from your installation disc. If you require any updates you know were they are.
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    Easy Cd & Dvd 6 Does Not Detect Drive

    Try going into the Software Update's (left isde on this page). Make sure you get the right download, Basic or Platinum (you did not say which you had).
  16. Remove the Adaptec UDF reader, if that doesn't get rid of it try running the Roxizap again.
  17. Ok, try running this http://tools.roxio.com/support/tools/roxizap.exe it should get rid of any left over pieces of Roxio.
  18. Direct CD was a program contained in earlier versions of ECDC 4 & 5 (maybe even 3). Do you have ANY Roxio programs installed on your sytem?.
  19. figg525 Some people have had problems with ECDC 5 using XP and others havn't. Read this post: http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=125 Tell us what problems you are encountering (give details) and maybe one of your fellow users on here can help you.
  20. You have a OEM version....here is some info on OEM's An OEM is usually a version that a large computer manufacturer buys and installs to sell preinstalled on their computer (sometimes they may add features that are only available in the full retail Platinum eddition) The computer buyer gets a copy of the preinstalled software in case they have to reinstall it on their computer. For example, if the files get corrupt or the hard drive has to be reformatted, that computer user needs a copy of the software to reinstall the software that came with the computer. OEM means Original Equipment Manufacturer. Some OEM, versions come with CD burners. These "Basic" versions vary and are customized to fit the contract of the OEM purchaser. Likewise, ALL support comes from your OEM provider and not from Roxio. Contact your OEM provider and see what they have to say
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    Easy Cd Creator 4 And Windows Xp?

    Look at the very first post at the top of the main ECDC 4 forum, it sez Pinned: ECDC Vs Win XP.......read it.
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    Help - Can't Burn Cds

    Roxio does not come with WMP. The basic OEM version sometimes comes with a NEW burner and sometimes when you purchase a new computer. The full retail version has to be purchased.
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    Compatability Erro

    If you have removed it from your Add/Remove programs then run this.... http://tools.roxio.com/support/tools/roxizap.exe
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    Unimodem Driver And Sound Editor

    If you dont have a unimodem installed dont woory about it. I can,t address the settings in the Sound Editor(dont have Version 6) . See if anything here will help: There is a difference between which inputs are made available to the soundcard's output, and which one is made available for recording. Open up the Windows Volume Control utility. (This is usually available by double-clicking the little yellow icon of a loudspeaker in the system tray. If it's not there, go via Start|Programs|Accessories|Multimedia, or perhaps Start|Progams|Accessories|Entertainment). A screen titled "Volume Control" appears. On this screen you will see a selection of inputs. Each one can be individually switched on or off using its "mute" checkbox. All those which are not muted are available for playback through the soundcard's output, and their relative volumes can be controlled using the appropriate sliders. Thus, this screen behaves like a simple mixer, allowing multiple sources to be gathered together for output. OK, all this is fine, and allows you to pass the input through to the output, but: it doesn't make the unmuted inputs available for recording to hard disk. To do this, select the "Properties" item from the "Options" menu. A screen titled "Properties" will appear. In the box titled "Adjust volume for", there are radio buttons: select the one for Recording. A list of available inputs appears in the box beneath "Show the following volume controls", and you should ensure that all the various inputs you may wish to record are checked in that list. Now press "OK", and the main screen's title changes to "Recording Control". This screen presents the inputs available for recording, and to activate the one you want, check its associated "Select" checkbox. The recording level can be adjusted using the selected input's volume slider; note that you can adjust this while recording (just like you can with the level control on a tape deck). You may also see a simple level meter (like the LEDs on a cassette deck) next to some inputs on some soundcards; whether they appear depends on the particular facilities provided by the soundcard's driver. However, this meter is uncalibrated and most hard disk recording packages are likely to have better metering. Once you have set the required record level, you can close down the Volume Control utility and the settings will remain unchanged (usually). One further tip. If you're recording anything other than the microphone input, it is a good idea to mute the microphone on the "Volume Control" screen whilst recording, as the microphone input circuitry can add a fair bit of noise on many soundcards.
  25. \ Also remember that Dual Layer burners was not supported till Vesion 7.
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