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Re-install Drag To Disc


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For weeks now I've been trying to install Creator 2009 Ultimate and one of the solutions I tried - but which didn't work - was to do a "clean" install which involved removing all traces of previous versions from my pc.

 

This caused me to lose the Drag to Disc feature - one of the most useful aspects of Creator 9 I thought and which I had managed to retain even when I installed EMC 10.

 

I now wish to re-install Drag to Disc but no longer have my origianl Creator 9 installation disc and the folk at Roxio tell me I cannot re-download it.

 

Does anyone here have a solution to my problem?

 

Thanks in anticipation.

 

 

Steve

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For weeks now I've been trying to install Creator 2009 Ultimate and one of the solutions I tried - but which didn't work - was to do a "clean" install which involved removing all traces of previous versions from my pc.

 

This caused me to lose the Drag to Disc feature - one of the most useful aspects of Creator 9 I thought and which I had managed to retain even when I installed EMC 10.

 

I now wish to re-install Drag to Disc but no longer have my origianl Creator 9 installation disc and the folk at Roxio tell me I cannot re-download it.

 

Does anyone here have a solution to my problem?

 

Thanks in anticipation.

 

 

Steve

 

To quote a fellow guru (gi7omy) "I'd recommend against using the drag and drop (D2D) packet writing - its reliability to me is on a par with an igloo in the Sahara".

 

 

 

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