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I just started as IT manager at a small company, that I want to remain nameless. Someone before me installed Easy CD Creator 5 and Direct CD ON THE SERVER. The server is not the most stable, as I need to reboot it weekly, or it will get erratic on the 2nd week. Other then the weekly reboots, it runs ok. Is there any reason to remove ECDC5 and/or DirectCD, or just leave well enough alone? I think I will leave well enough alone, but if there is a good reason, I can uninstall it. Thanks in advance.

 

Server 2003, SBE W/ SP1

Dell PE1800

Intel 3ghz CPU

2 gig ECC Ram

280 Gigs on Raid 5

 

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I just started as IT manager at a small company, that I want to remain nameless. Someone before me installed Easy CD Creator 5 and Direct CD ON THE SERVER. The server is not the most stable, as I need to reboot it weekly, or it will get erratic on the 2nd week. Other then the weekly reboots, it runs ok. Is there any reason to remove ECDC5 and/or DirectCD, or just leave well enough alone? I think I will leave well enough alone, but if there is a good reason, I can uninstall it. Thanks in advance.

 

Server 2003, SBE W/ SP1

Dell PE1800

Intel 3ghz CPU

2 gig ECC Ram

280 Gigs on Raid 5

 

l v d N O S P A M a t a a t g m a i l d o t c o m

 

remove NOSPAM and make it look normal to reply privately

 

ECDC 5 is not supported in a server environment,

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ECDC 5 is not supported in a server environment,

 

Actually, as of WinXP SP2, ECDC 5 isn't supported at all.

 

Altho if your company is running WinXP, which has the ability to burn data and music CDs, you might check as to why ECDC 5 is running - it might be superflous.

 

Lynn

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