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Drag to Disc Roxio 9 and vista


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Open the folder in program files and find the drag to disc exe file. Then also open to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start\Programs\East Media Creator 9. Right click on the exe and drag it to the start folder and release. Select 'create shortcut' and iut will appear in the start menu

I don't have Vista but I ran the patch on my XP machine to see what it would do. I also found it removed D2D from the msconfig Startup options…

 

I just did what Daithi suggested and put a shortcut in my Startup folder.

 

It also did nothing to improve D2D over the original version…

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hi!

 

I've just installed the Dell patch but now, D2D won't start automatically...! Is it ok ?

 

@+

 

If you insist on using it, that's probably the way you want it. Can you open it from Windows Programs Menu?

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Open the folder in program files and find the drag to disc exe file. Then also open to C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start\Programs\East Media Creator 9. Right click on the exe and drag it to the start folder and release. Select 'create shortcut' and iut will appear in the start menu

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I just resintalled Vista (X86) Ultimate and got the incompatible driver message. I removed D2D, rebooted and no problem. That's the easy way as James stated, the fix is for Dell (which I have) but removing D2D will fix any version. You don't need D2D, believe me!

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