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:) I just purchased the cd/dvd creator 6 today. Everything installed on my xp computer from the cd but when I try the drag & drop - nothing. I receive the error that they 'recorder is busy-try again later or Windows Explorer e:\is not accessible, incorrect function. Don't tell me to upgrade - not until I can get this one to work. Any suggestions?
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:) I just purchased the cd/dvd creator 6 today. Everything installed on my xp computer from the cd but when I try the drag & drop - nothing. I receive the error that they 'recorder is busy-try again later or Windows Explorer e:\is not accessible, incorrect function. Don't tell me to upgrade - not until I can get this one to work. Any suggestions?

 

Is it only the D2D that does not work? Does Creator Classic work?

 

Also read this: http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?showtopic=802

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:) I just purchased the cd/dvd creator 6 today. Everything installed on my xp computer from the cd but when I try the drag & drop - nothing. I receive the error that they 'recorder is busy-try again later or Windows Explorer e:\is not accessible, incorrect function. Don't tell me to upgrade - not until I can get this one to work. Any suggestions?

If you have WinXP, I have no idea why you would have installed Roxio Version 6 for burning.

 

You can do what appears to be drag&drop using WinXP's built-in buring, but is in the much safer Sessions format. You can also add to the disc if you haven't closed it.

 

And you can make music CDs with WinPlayer.

 

Altho you can create data and music CDs with Roxio's Creator Classic, it isn't necessary to have a third-party program as it is in older Versions of Windows with no native buring ability.

 

To do drag&drop with any Roxio (or Nero or Sonic) burning program, you first have to format the disc. This makes it possible to do Packet-Writing, which is best used for PERMANTLY LOSING the data. Hardly worth the effort. (Packet-Writing from different companies, and sometimes even different Versions from the same company, is not compatible - it's NOT a "great-big floppy-disc".)

 

(If you format an RW disc for Packet-Writing, everything will disappear even faster. If you want to KEEP the data, NEVER format the disc, and NEVER use RW media.)

 

If that doesn't answer the question, please clarify.

 

Lynn

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