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Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum and Windows7


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I have tried loading Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum onto my computer after upgrading to Windows 7 Ultimate, but have been told that the program is not compatible with Windows 7. I cannot use Windows XP mode. Is there a way in which I can safely use Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum with Windows 7? An extra bit of software or something like that. Any help wluld be gratefully received.

Nick Bannister

 

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I have tried loading Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum onto my computer after upgrading to Windows 7 Ultimate, but have been told that the program is not compatible with Windows 7.

 

Whomever told you that is quite correct. BELIEVE IT!

 

I cannot use Windows XP mode. Is there a way in which I can safely use Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum with Windows 7? An extra bit of software or something like that. Any help wluld be gratefully received.

Nick Bannister

XP mode in Windows 7 emulates [fakes] a CDROM. There's no way you can write optical discs with it.

 

Extra bit of software? Creator 2010 would help, but anything less than that will not 'cut the mustard' in Windows 7. Sorry, but that's it.

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