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  1. Hey there, First I would like to say if this is in the wrong section, please feel free to reallocate or tell me where this should be posted as I am unsure. I would like to know if Roxio Creator DE would store information locally on the hard drive if a copy cd to cd was performed from external to internal. I work with an enterprise group and currently we have data that show not have been copied on the PC that uses Roxio. In doing so we need to know if the information was stored on the local hard-drive on just on the burners (how roxio stores the information to be written). I would really appreciate a quick responce and would like to thank you for your time.
  2. Hello, I was trying something using toast 10.0 on an old PowerPC. I dropped an audio cd in the audio cd section in Toast and it started extracting files immediately, which is I'm sure the normal behavior, but I was used to Toast 7 way of dealing with audio CDs, which is quite different. Anyways, my computer is a bit messy; i don't have loads of RAM either, and my system partition doesn't have that much available space. So, the extracted files just took.. like a third of that available space. Now I wanted to get rid of that pointless wasted data, so I looked in the "Roxio Converted Items" folder... but there is nothing there. So I checked the preferences and clicked on the "delete converted items" little button, and nothing happened. I figured that if I'd quit the app itself, it would empty its cache, but that didn't do anything either. Rebooting doesn't seem to do anything either. So, yeah, my question is quite basic: where is that temporary data supposed to be located? (visible or not... just want to know where...) Thanks a lot.
  3. Hi there I bought VHS to DVD PLUS 3 recently and after a few initial problems, mostly the program crashing when I tried to export something more than once which always brought along a rather strange error message, I have gotten it to work okay and have managed to record a few old VHS tapes and export them onto my hard drive, which is my preferred method rather than recording straight to DVD. I have to say that it has turned into a really useful product and I have no regrets buying it, but I have noticed that my hard drive space has been slowly fulling up. As I don't use this computer for anything else, it got me suspicious that it might be this program that is filling up the hard drive. I moved the exported files to an external hard drive yet my on board space seemed to slowly get less and less even though I was moving the finished exported video to another storage place. I have had a problem like this with editing software before where it stored the rendered video in a folder and didn't delete it automatically. I am wondering whether this program may have some sort of cache folder where the recorded video is temporarily stored before it is exported to another format (something I assume it has, but I cannot find it on my PC) and if anyone can tell me where it is located? I searched on the forums to see if anyone else had this problem, but couldn't find anything, which leads me to think that it is either perhaps just my PC that doesn't want to delete those cached files for some reason, or maybe it is a different problem entirely. If anyone can help me on this issue, it will be much appreciated.
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