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I (stupidly) tried to load my copy of easy CD creator 3 (I know it is old)

into WINXP and it failed to work. I then used the software remove tool

from the Control Panel to remove it....however, it apparently has left

an old driver and each time I boot with WINXP, I get an error message

saying the old driver has been disengaged and the CD creation function

will not work. I know that. My question is, does anyone know which

driver it is and is it safe to remove it? My computer has WIN98 SE on

the C drive, and WINXP on D and E. When I boot up, the computer asks

me which operating system I want to use. The CD creator still works

find with WIN98 SE and I don't want to delete the driver on the WINXP

partition if it will affect the WIN98 SE partition.

 

Several months ago I saw this topic discussed but never saw what file

it was or how to delete it. The error message is annoying. Thanks in

advance for any help. If I am violating any protocol for this group, I

apologize out of ignorance.

 

Thanks.

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I (stupidly) tried to load my copy of easy CD creator 3 (I know it is old)

into WINXP and it failed to work. I then used the software remove tool

from the Control Panel to remove it....however, it apparently has left

an old driver and each time I boot with WINXP, I get an error message

saying the old driver has been disengaged and the CD creation function

will not work. I know that. My question is, does anyone know which

driver it is and is it safe to remove it? My computer has WIN98 SE on

the C drive, and WINXP on D and E. When I boot up, the computer asks

me which operating system I want to use. The CD creator still works

find with WIN98 SE and I don't want to delete the driver on the WINXP

partition if it will affect the WIN98 SE partition.

 

Several months ago I saw this topic discussed but never saw what file

it was or how to delete it. The error message is annoying. Thanks in

advance for any help. If I am violating any protocol for this group, I

apologize out of ignorance.

 

Thanks.

Roxio has a tool that should remove it (roxizap). Try it

http://tools.roxio.com/support/tools/roxizap.exe

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