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Burn Setup Only Displays Save Disc Image File


adelara

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About to throw the towel....

AMD Duron 750

768 Meg Ram

CDRW/DVD Rom Combo HL-DT-ST RW/DVD Gcc-4480B (FIrmware 1.02 up to date)

Windows XP Pro SP2 All patches, yada...yada... etc...

 

The recorder burns any CD I pop in... just dragging files files there and selecting

"Write these files to CD" works awesome. :)

 

Problems start when I try to use any of the tools of EMC10... to keep it simple, I'm using

only "Music Disc Creator".

 

The simptom is once the applicaiton comes to the point when I hit the button "Burn"

the panel "MP3/WMA Disc - Burn Setup" comes up with only one checkbox

[ ] Save disk image file i.e I have no checkbox to select my cd recorder.

 

All drivers are up to date.

 

No DLA running there.

I have no other burning software

Drive is as good as new: why Windows can do, and EMC can't ?

 

Yeah, I ran pxengine3_00 to no avail.. it actually messed the registry and I have

to manually recreate entries. Back to normal.

 

Yup: removed the driver from device manager, and rebooted: same

 

Removed and reinstallled EMC10 3 times... no luck

 

Yeah, stopped IMAPI CD-Burning service: no work

disabled startup of IMAP : nothing, zilch, nada....

 

The thingy simply is not detecting the CD/RW recorder

 

-Alex

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Hi Alex,

 

Your problem is that your drive is a DVD reader and a CD reader/writer. It's a CDRW/DVDROM.

 

When you try to make a music DVD with EMC 10 the software knows that you don't have a DVD writer so the only option it gives you is to make a disc image file. If you installed a DVD writer, the option to burn to DVD would come alive.

 

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Brendon

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Removing deleting Lowerfilters PxHelp20 in, {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} registry key, and reboot made my drives vanish from Roxio.

Importing the registry key Lowerfilters PxHelp20 from, {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} and a reboot, the drives reappeared.

Or applying the pxengine3_00_58a.exe and a reboot, the drives are seen again by Roxio.

I backed up, then deleted the PxHelp20.sys driver in system32, driver, folder.

With the registry entry Lower Class Filters PxHelp20 still in, {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} and after a reboot with one or both, PxHelp20, registry or systen32 deleted, pxengine3_00_58a.exe when applied, did re-register the lower class filter and the .sys driver for me.

Again after a reboot, the drives were seen in windoz and Roxio.

I applied pxengine3_00_58a.exe on a working v9 and v10, rebooted and everything worked fine.

 

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That's a lot of try-and-error :unsure:

I may try that too on the next weekend. It's when I can waste time

fumbling with Windoze...

Thanks for all the info.

 

-Alex

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>> Your problem is that your drive is a DVD reader and a CD reader/writer. It's a CDRW/DVDROM.

 

When you try to make a music DVD with EMC 10 the software knows that you don't have a DVD >> writer so the only option it gives you is to make a disc image file.

 

Brendon,

 

I know the difference between audio cd and audio dvd.

I didn't tell I tried to create an audio dvd. My bad.

 

I am trying to record an Audio CD, the first option on the top of the menu

on the left side ... you know, to pop in the car player, in a regular cd player...

 

Are you trying to tell me that the application won't create a CD

if it doesn't find a dvd recorder ?

 

-Alex

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If you don't see a drive option like the pic, download and apply # 5 in my signature.

 

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Hmm... I have tried that before and things got generally worse.

 

I just ran it again... nothing happened <_<

 

Anyway... pehaps it's just time to upgrade :rolleyes:

 

Thanks

 

-Alex

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Hmm... I have tried that before and things got generally worse.

 

I just ran it again... nothing happened <_<

 

Anyway... pehaps it's just time to upgrade :rolleyes:

 

Thanks

 

-Alex

 

I think you have other problems then, sorry I couldn't help.

 

I did try this on a XP SP 2 machine and it worked for me...

 

Removing deleting Lowerfilters PxHelp20 in, {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} registry key, and reboot made my drives vanish from Roxio.

Importing the registry key Lowerfilters PxHelp20 from, {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} and a reboot, the drives reappeared. Or applying the pxengine3_00_58a.exe and a reboot, the drives are seen again by Roxio.

I backed up, then deleted the PxHelp20.sys driver in system32, driver, folder. With the registry entry Lower Class Filters PxHelp20 still in, {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} and after a reboot with one or both, PxHelp20, registry or systen32 deleted, pxengine3_00_58a.exe when applied, did re-register the lower class filter and the .sys driver for me. Again after a reboot, the drives were seen in windoz and Roxio.

I applied pxengine3_00_58a.exe on a working v9 and v10, rebooted and everything worked fine.

 

 

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