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Problem Burning to DVD


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I am using EMC7 and trying to burn a production (dmsm) to DVD. When I try to open the dmsm in DVD builder it does NOT display. I read on this forum where the problem is probably related to having IE7 and WMP11 installed, which I do. I do not want to uninstall IE7 or WMP11.

 

I read a post which indicated that you could create image file (iso) and then burn it to DVD. How can you do this if you can't open the dmsm in DVD builder?

 

Hope you can help me because I have a deadline to meet and I didn't anticipate running into this problem because I have used EMC7 several times in the past and never had a problem until now.

 

Will Roxio be coming up with a fix for this IE7/WMP11 issue?

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I am using EMC7 and trying to burn a production (dmsm) to DVD. When I try to open the dmsm in DVD builder it does NOT display. I read on this forum where the problem is probably related to having IE7 and WMP11 installed, which I do. I do not want to uninstall IE7 or WMP11.

 

I read a post which indicated that you could create image file (iso) and then burn it to DVD. How can you do this if you can't open the dmsm in DVD builder?

 

Hope you can help me because I have a deadline to meet and I didn't anticipate running into this problem because I have used EMC7 several times in the past and never had a problem until now.

 

Will Roxio be coming up with a fix for this IE7/WMP11 issue?

As far as I know, they will not be a fix for this. It's rare for companies to put out fixes for older versions of software.

It's IE7 that's causing the problem and not WMP11 (which might cause other problems). I know of no way for you to get by this without uninstalling IE7. You can remove it, do what you have to do and reinstall it once you update EMC if you prefer.

9.1 is due out soon but what it actually fixes in XP, I don't know. I believe most if not all of what it does may be for Vista only. We should find out soon.

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