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DVD builder not seeing My DVD


gcaseyiii

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:) I am running EMC 7 and have run into a few problems. I recently unistalled EMC 7 then Re-installed it. I was having issues with it after upgrading to IE 7. I have also Rolled back to IE 6 now. I figured the best way to resolve some of the issues I was having was to reinstall EMC 7. After doing so upon windows start up I get a drag to disk error stating components are missing re-install. I have tried this with no success.

My main concern is Roxio No longer sees my NEC 1100-a DVD+RW. When using dvd builder upon clicking burn where the drive info should be it just says No drive Present????? I have tried unistalling my drive and updating firmware drivers.

 

here is the kicker. I can Burn a disk using Sonic my DVD and windows device manger sees it and is working properly. however Roxio DVD builder just can't see it. Any suggestions????

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If you don't need D2D (actually it's a good idea to remove it anyway as packet writing s/w is notorious for losing data more often than it preserves it) run msconfig (from start, run) and uncheck the drag to disc box. Reboot and tell the nag screen that you know you uninstalled it and kindly stop bugging me.

 

While that mightn't fix D2D, it will stop it from trying to load. In general, all packet writing suffers from the same problem - whether it be D2D, DLA, InCD or whatever.

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Is the 'missing drive' only with D2D or is it missing in all programs in the suite?

 

You could try a repair installation (go to add/remove programs, select the Roxio section and when prompted select 'repair')

 

One other thing (but if Windows can see the drive it would make it unlikely) would be here

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060

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Is the 'missing drive' only with D2D or is it missing in all programs in the suite?

 

You could try a repair installation (go to add/remove programs, select the Roxio section and when prompted select 'repair')

 

One other thing (but if Windows can see the drive it would make it unlikely) would be here

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060

 

 

I get the D2D problem on startup and then on dvd builder the drive is not present. i did try the filter removal however it would not let me delete the files....

 

Any other suggestions

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