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Lightscribe In Creator 2009?


Tundra Rose
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Does Ceator 2009 still contain Lightscribe and Labelprint capability? It is not mentioned as a feature.

That is actually a function of the Drivers and not the software…

 

If the Drivers are correctly installed, the software will show the 'device' in the list of Printers.

 

I am printing to LightScribe disc #7 right now!

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HP (no surprise there…) has had or still is having some driver problems – Here. There is one posting where someone did find a way to hack it into working.

 

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That is actually a function of the Drivers and not the software…

 

If the Drivers are correctly installed, the software will show the 'device' in the list of Printers.

 

I am printing to LightScribe disc #7 right now!

post-39730-1221302488.jpg

 

 

HP (no surprise there…) has had or still is having some driver problems – Here. There is one posting where someone did find a way to hack it into working.

 

Jim, Thank you so much! I have an HP CPU w/LS and Labelflash-capable DVD RW drive. The incl. software is Cyberflash but is nothing like Roxio for desirable features. Thanks for the insight! Love this sight! Judy

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You are welcome and thank you for not asking why I am just now getting around to burning last years Thanksgiving and Christmas stuff!

 

LabelFlash is similar to LightScribe, but it will work just the same.

 

Trying to finish a dissertation that has languished for 4 1/2 years and needs to be done in the next 2 months :rolleyes: It didn't even occur to me to wonder! I thought it was quite fast...he he.

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