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BSOD using Drag to Disc


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I need some help here. I am runnng Win XP Pro and am having problems with drag to disc. It started out as getting a bsod pointing to cdudf_xp.sys when I tried to eject a DVD I had written to, now it does it when I drag stuff to the dvd. I also can't use Ecdc from the desk icon, it gives me a message " roxio has determined that you have upgraded operating systems. You will need to uninstall/reinstall using unistall/reinstall programs, and remain logged in as administrator after reboot"" Or something close to that. I uninstall and reinstall but keep getting the same message. I have ECDC 6 Platinum. Any ideas?

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You can try the uninstall/roxizap/reinstall method. Roxizap is a utility that removes anything connected to Roxio/Adaptec.

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

However, the program has out of production for 3 years and is 4 versions behind the current V10, so it is possible that something 'new' to XP has broke it!

 

We know that IE7 and WMP11 destroy V7 and V8. It is not clear how they react to V6…

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I need some help here. I am runnng Win XP Pro and am having problems with drag to disc. It started out as getting a bsod pointing to cdudf_xp.sys when I tried to eject a DVD I had written to, now it does it when I drag stuff to the dvd. I also can't use Ecdc from the desk icon, it gives me a message " roxio has determined that you have upgraded operating systems. You will need to uninstall/reinstall using unistall/reinstall programs, and remain logged in as administrator after reboot"" Or something close to that. I uninstall and reinstall but keep getting the same message. I have ECDC 6 Platinum. Any ideas?

Thanks

Which way were you ejecting it - using the mouse to right-click > eject, or pushing the optical drive's eject button?

 

Lynn

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Which way were you ejecting it - using the mouse to right-click > eject, or pushing the optical drive's eject button?

 

Lynn

 

Lynn;

I used the eject button on the drag to disc menu, which then brings up the window wanting to know if I want the disc readable by any computer (then check this box), or only readable by computers running drag to disc (check this box).

 

You can try the uninstall/roxizap/reinstall method. Roxizap is a utility that removes anything connected to Roxio/Adaptec.

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

However, the program has out of production for 3 years and is 4 versions behind the current V10, so it is possible that something 'new' to XP has broke it!

 

We know that IE7 and WMP11 destroy V7 and V8. It is not clear how they react to V6…

 

James;

Is there a bloody version of this software that works with XP? Is there another piece of software out there that I could replace it with? I also use Nero, and have had a problem lately when I try to do a disc copy from one DVD to a Blank DVD. I get an error message saying that the destination disc does not have enough space available? Blank disc, 4.7gb. When I right click on drive and click properties it says 0 space used, 0 space available? Any ideas? But I can copy a DVD using DVD Shrink just fine. Thanks for all of your help. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

 

Chris

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James;

Is there a bloody version of this software that works with XP? Is there another piece of software out there that I could replace it with? I also use Nero, and have had a problem lately when I try to do a disc copy from one DVD to a Blank DVD. I get an error message saying that the destination disc does not have enough space available? Blank disc, 4.7gb. When I right click on drive and click properties it says 0 space used, 0 space available? Any ideas? But I can copy a DVD using DVD Shrink just fine. Thanks for all of your help. Hope you have a great Thanksgiving.

 

Chris

If you are looking for the 'magic software that fixes everything', you are wasting our time and yours…

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It is also possible the disc is failing. Drag2Disc does that after a while, generally with minimal warning (if any).

 

I hope you have not mistaken Drag2Disc (or Nero's InCD, or any Packet-Writing program) for a long-term storage device. If you have, you will learn in due course why you should not have :(

 

Lynn

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