petiteplaisance Posted January 6, 2006 Report Share Posted January 6, 2006 I have been using Easy CD&DVD Creator 6 for a few months now. It has given me almost nothing but trouble. I can't, for example, save a file to a CD-RW disk using Drag-to-Disk on my desktop computer (Windows Me, 512 RAM) and then have it be readable on my notebook (Windows XP Home SP2, 512 RAM), even though both computers are using the same version of Easy CD&DVD Creator. When I insert a CD-RW disk that contains a file saved by the desktop into the notebook's CD drive, the disk just spins and spins and spins until a dialog box comes on telling me there are problems with the disk, the only solution to which ends up being to destroy all the files on the disk. I have tried multiple brand-new disks from multiple companies; the result, eventually, is always the same. So I have resigned myself to the impossibility of transferring files from one computer to the other, the primary reason for which I purchased Easy CD&DVD Creator 6 in the first place, and have only been using Drag-to-Disk as a backup for each computer individually, without ever trying to transfer files from one machine to the other. Now, even that basic backup function has ceased to function! I had about 300 MB of stored files from my desktop computer on a CD-RW disk that I've been using for about ten days. Today, suddenly, when I tried to save a simple MS Word file to that disk, I got the message that I could not do so because the "folder is read-only." Neither the file I was trying to back up nor the folder in which it was located was read-only. There were no read-only files on the CD-RW disk, either. When I then went, using Windows Explorer, to look at the contents of the CD-RW, I found that it no longer was called DESKTOP8 but had acquired the name UDFREADER. I cannot believe what a hassle I am having with this program. I used to use DirectCD and never once had a problem. I switched to Easy CD&DVD Creator 6, because it was supposed to be compatible with both the computer systems I have, but it obviously is not. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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