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I have the red Easy CD and DVD Burning. Burning is going great, except there is a "Time Left on Drive" indicator, that reduces when I use the Tape Assistant. Will I run out of time? What exactly does this refer to?

Thanks for your help.

Rich in Texas

 

The time started at approximately 18 hours, now stands at 15 hours 46 minutes. And it definately says Drive and not disk. Thanks for any other help you can give.

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I have the red Easy CD and DVD Burning. Burning is going great, except there is a "Time Left on Drive" indicator, that reduces when I use the Tape Assistant. Will I run out of time? What exactly does this refer to?

Thanks for your help.

Rich in Texas

Are you referring to the "Time left" as noted in the attachment?

If so, I believe that is an estimate of how much space is available (audio file time wise) on your main hard drive for saving audio files.

 

Also, you stated you have a "Red Box" version. Does it state on the box somewhere that it is Vista compatible?

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The time started at approximately 18 hours, now stands at 15 hours 46 minutes. And it definately says Drive and not disk. Thanks for any other help you can give.

 

 

Digital Guru - Thanks for your help. We researched that and the time changed when I deleted some off my hard drive, so you have answered my question.

Under System requirements on the Red Box Easy CD & DVD, it lists Microsoft Windows Vista,

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Cheers! The new Vista version has finally made its way to the front of the shelf in a store somewhere. (So why are so many stores still selling the old, non-Vista version?)

 

What does the new version actually call itself when you go to Help / About in the program, Rich?

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Digital Guru - Thanks for your help. We researched that and the time changed when I deleted some off my hard drive, so you have answered my question.

Under System requirements on the Red Box Easy CD & DVD, it lists Microsoft Windows Vista,

Like Brendon, I'm curious also as to the version number it shows. I think the "Red Box" Vista version is a modified v9.
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Digital Guru - Thanks for your help. We researched that and the time changed when I deleted some off my hard drive, so you have answered my question.

Under System requirements on the Red Box Easy CD & DVD, it lists Microsoft Windows Vista,

 

The following is what shows up under "help" - "about this software". In my opinion, the other programs w/o vista is still being sold out there because we are all afraid to update to Vista for fear it will not operate with the other software we already have loaded.

 

Thanks

 

Roxio Easy CD and DVD Burning

Version: 9.0.554

Build: 905B54T, R01

Serial Number:

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: PX Engine

Build: 3.4.45a, 3

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio Core

Version: 3.4.0

Build: 340B65B,

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

 

 

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Data

Version: 3.4.0

Build: 340B22D, R01

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Audio

Version: 3.4.0

Build: 340B25E, R01

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Copy

Version: 3.4.0

Build: 340B22C, R01

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

 

Module Name: Roxio RecordNow Tools

Version: 3.4.0

Build: 340B17A, R01

Copyright: Sonic Solutions 2006

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Thank you for that very interesting information.

 

That means the re-issue of Version 6 may be finally becoming sold out. :D

 

Since there was no update to the software since 2003, it doesn't support Dual Layer; and every once in a while someone with a hidden partition (such as a Dell restore partition) has had the computer pretty much wiped out (the lucky ones had Norton Ghost or Acronis True Image back-ups).

 

Lynn

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As I thought, that is a form of version 9.

 

I would expect that both the red box v 9 (Vista compatible) and the red box v 6 (non-Vista compatible) are available. After all, the v 6 one is the last one that anyone who wants to still use W9x systems can use.

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