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I have EMC10 Suite. On page 33 in the User Guide that came in the box, it says that Dvd Info Pro and Mobile Phone Doctor are included. They are not listed when I open EMC10 Suite. Are they part of one of the other programs?

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I have EMC10 Suite. On page 33 in the User Guide that came in the box, it says that Dvd Info Pro and Mobile Phone Doctor are included. They are not listed when I open EMC10 Suite. Are they part of one of the other programs?

To get DVD Info Pro, open the Home App, click on the Tools tab then click on 'Do More'.

Not sure about the Phone Doctor.....haven't even looked myself.

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I have EMC10 Suite. On page 33 in the User Guide that came in the box, it says that Dvd Info Pro and Mobile Phone Doctor are included. They are not listed when I open EMC10 Suite. Are they part of one of the other programs?

 

There is no listing for Mobile Phone Doctor that I can see on page 33. Did you mean Mobile Photo Doctor?

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To get DVD Info Pro, open the Home App, click on the Tools tab then click on 'Do More'.

Not sure about the Phone Doctor.....haven't even looked myself.

 

I don't have the Do More button. I have everything else.

 

There is no listing for Mobile Phone Doctor that I can see on page 33. Did you mean Mobile Photo Doctor?

 

Yes, That's what I meant.

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I don't have the Do More button. I have everything else.

 

 

 

Yes, That's what I meant.

 

You have to click on Disc Information first, then the Do More should appear.

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You have to click on Disc Information first, then the Do More should appear.

 

I did and it doesn't.

 

If I could figure out how to post an image here, I could show you what's missing.

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I did and it doesn't.

 

If I could figure out how to post an image here, I could show you what's missing.

To post an image, you'll need a host such as Imageshack.

Do you have the retail version of the software? I can't remember if at install, there was a choice not to install DVD Info Pro. If you have the retail or downloaded version and do not have this feature, try a modify install and make sure you have chosen to install it. (if someone knows for sure if this is actually a chose at install....age is not allowing me to remember).

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To post an image, you'll need a host such as Imageshack.

Do you have the retail version of the software? I can't remember if at install, there was a choice not to install DVD Info Pro. If you have the retail or downloaded version and do not have this feature, try a modify install and make sure you have chosen to install it. (if someone knows for sure if this is actually a chose at install....age is not allowing me to remember).

 

I don't have the "do More" option appearing either. I have the retail version installed but do not have very program component installed or have some of the "media" related functions disabled. What does the "do more" option do more, maybe a picture would help?

 

I have a DVD in the "default" drive.

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I don't have the "do More" option appearing either. I have the retail version installed but do not have very program component installed or have some of the "media" related functions disabled. What does the "do more" option do more, maybe a picture would help?

 

I have a DVD in the "default" drive.

Walt, it just opens up DVD Info Pro. I have to highlight or choose 'Disc Information' under 'Tools' for the Do More option to show up. If I choose any other function under Tools, it DOES NOT show up.

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To post an image, you'll need a host such as Imageshack.

Do you have the retail version of the software? I can't remember if at install, there was a choice not to install DVD Info Pro. If you have the retail or downloaded version and do not have this feature, try a modify install and make sure you have chosen to install it. (if someone knows for sure if this is actually a chose at install....age is not allowing me to remember).

 

I have the retail version purchased at Staples.

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I have the retail version purchased at Staples.

I'm not sure why you and others don't have this option. I'll just reiterate that it might be something set in the original install and that you also have to click on Disc Information for the Do More to show up. Other than that I've no idea why it doesn't show.

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As I recall, DVD Info Pro is not included in v10. If one had an earlier version (like v8 or v9) that included it, and did not uninstall the older version, that's when the "Do More" button will show up, as it will recognize the DVD Info Pro program from the earlier version.

Edited by Larry

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I'm with Larry on this, although I believe Jean Rosenfeld is the expert.

 

EMC 10 seems to be set up to show DVDInfo Pro if it is present, but at some stage before relase the sales people decided to "simplify" things and remove DVDInfo Pro. (saves them having to pay for it)

 

It will still show "More" if the program is there from an earlier version.

 

Brendon

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Ah, so my having version 9 installed first is the cause that DVD Info Pro is showing up? Another reason for me to keep 2 versions installed.

Thanks Larry and Brendon for solving the mystery.

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I have the retail version purchased at Staples.

 

 

klink1948,

 

Here is a free disc quality check tool I use.

 

Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.5 Windows NeroCDSpeed_4775.zip 799 KB

 

A comprehensive user guide of Nero CD-DVD Speed can be found at CD Freaks

 

Note: For Windows NT/2000 and XP an ASPI manager is highly recommended.

The Nero ASPI manager has been tested extensively and supports all interfaces.

To install just copy this file to the installation directory of the program.

If you have Nero installed you do not need this!

 

Nero ASPI Layer Current version: v2.0.1.74

 

 

I have experienced a NO ADDITIONAL SENSE INFORMATION (000000) error in version 4.7.7.5 scanning Verbatim DL +R disc's! I re-scan the same disc with earlier version's like 4.7.7.3 and the bug does not show it's head.

 

I can't find a download link for the older version 4.7.7.3, PM me top right of this page with a email address, if you would like it.

 

cd

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As I recall, DVD Info Pro is not included in v10. If one had an earlier version (like v8 or v9) that included it, and did not uninstall the older version, that's when the "Do More" button will show up, as it will recognize the DVD Info Pro program from the earlier version.

 

I have ver. 7.5. I can use Dvd Info. Pro from there, but ver. 10 does not see DIP from 7.5. I have another problem listed in the Error section of this forum and I might need to do the Clean Install routine. That means I will have to remove 7.5.

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DVD info pro does not come with EMC 10, but EMC 10 will recognise it and show the Do More button, if you have the DVD Info Pro that camewith EMC 9

 

If you have EMC 9, but don't want to install it pernmanently, this is the workaround:

 

1 Install EMC 9.

2. Copy the folder C:\Program Files\Roxio\DVD Info Pro and its contents to some suitable place.

3. Uninstall EMC 9

4. Put the DVD Info Pro folder back into C:\Program Files\Roxio

5. download attached zip, extract the .reg file and double click on it to put the required registry keys into your registry.

 

Now EMC 10 will see the DVD info Pro and show the Do More button

 

I don't have 7.5, but I should think an analogous method should work, though the reg keys would need suitable modification.

DVD_info_pro_for_EMC_10.zip

Edited by jeanrosenfeld

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There's also a trial version available here.

The trial Version doesn't have all of the features of the Full Version, and I suspect that may be one of the items not included :blink:

 

Lynn

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Ahem! You're on the wrong page again, Lyn.

 

Paul posted a link to a trial version of DVDInfo Pro. It has all the features of the full version, but is time limited.

 

Have you ever used it?

 

Brendon

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Ahem! You're on the wrong page again, Lyn.

 

Paul posted a link to a trial version of DVDInfo Pro. It has all the features of the full version, but is time limited.

 

Have you ever used it?

 

Brendon

:rolleyes:

 

Yes, I've used it. But the trial ran out. :(

Using it twice within the trial period (and endeavouring to get as much use out of it as possible in that time) didn't suggest I'd use it enough to pay up. :blink:

 

Lynn

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Then you'd know that the trial has all the features of the Full version, so why did you post this? :blink::blink:

 

 

The trial Version doesn't have all of the features of the Full Version, and I suspect that may be one of the items not included :blink:

 

Lynn

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Then you'd know that the trial has all the features of the Full version, so why did you post this? :blink::blink:

Perhaps she was referring to the trial version of EMC 9 which doesn't have D2D? :rolleyes:;)

 

 

 

English is a hard language to write something that can't be misunderstood. Just ask the lawyers.

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I have EMC10 Suite. On page 33 in the User Guide that came in the box, it says that Dvd Info Pro and Mobile Phone Doctor are included. They are not listed when I open EMC10 Suite. Are they part of one of the other programs?

 

Mobile Photo Doctor is part of the Media Manager Application. Go to this page and click on the Demo Video. When it opens, click the Mobile tab and watch the video; it gives you the broad overview but no details.

 

From what I see, you have to connect your phone and then make a profile for it. You can then crop the photos to fit. Go here to see more information

Edited by sknis

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DVD info pro does not come with EMC 10, but EMC 10 will recognise it and show the Do More button, if you have the DVD Info Pro that camewith EMC 9

 

If you have EMC 9, but don't want to install it pernmanently, this is the workaround:

 

1 Install EMC 9.

2. Copy the folder C:\Program Files\Roxio\DVD Info Pro and its contents to some suitable place.

3. Uninstall EMC 9

4. Put the DVD Info Pro folder back into C:\Program Files\Roxio

5. download attached zip, extract the .reg file and double click on it to put the required registry keys into your registry.

 

Now EMC 10 will see the DVD info Pro and show the Do More button

 

I don't have 7.5, but I should think an analogous method should work, though the reg keys would need suitable modification.

 

Thanks for the file.

 

I copied the DVD Info Pro Folder to the C:\Program Files\Roxio folder from the C:\Program Files\Roxio\Easy Media Creator 7 folder. I ran your reg. file and got the Do More Button, but it doesn't do anything.

 

This is what was in your reg. file:

 

 

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Roxio\RoxioCentral36\Applications\DVDInfoPro]

"ShellExecuteUsingAppPath"="DVDInfo.exe"

 

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\DVDInfo.exe]

"Path"="C:\\Program Files\\Roxio\\DVD Info Pro\\DVDInfoPro\\\"

@="C:\\Program Files\\Roxio\\DVD Info Pro\\DVDInfoPro\\dvdinfo.exe"

 

I don't know the first thing about creating a reg. file, but when I look at the Path it looks like there should be a DVDInfroPro folder inside a DVD Info Pro folder.

 

Is that why I don't get any action when I click the Do More Button?

 

Mine is located at:

 

C:\Program Files\Roxio\DVDInfo Pro

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