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Using Roxio Media Creator 7 - Windows XP

I had to reformat computer and reload all programs. I have 2 DVD drives which I could previously copy a CD at one time using the D and E drive. Now, it only recognizes D drive which will work but you have to let it read then insert the blank CD and copy CD. How can I set it to recognize one as the "destination"? Thanks,

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Using Roxio Media Creator 7 - Windows XP

I had to reformat computer and reload all programs. I have 2 DVD drives which I could previously copy a CD at one time using the D and E drive. Now, it only recognizes D drive which will work but you have to let it read then insert the blank CD and copy CD. How can I set it to recognize one as the "destination"? Thanks,

 

Is that Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 (correct name)??

 

You posted in the MyDVD Video Lab and MyDVD Premiere Forum!

 

Download #7 in my signature 'Drive Not Recognized By Roxio, PX Engine 3_00_58a' to a folder you make on your desktop. Unzip it in that folder and run the .exe. Reboot the PC and see if both drives are recognized..

 

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Is that Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 (correct name)??

 

You posted in the MyDVD Video Lab and MyDVD Premiere Forum!

 

Download #7 in my signature 'Drive Not Recognized By Roxio, PX Engine 3_00_58a' to a folder you make on your desktop. Unzip it in that folder and run the .exe. Reboot the PC and see if both drives are recognized..

 

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that worked great. Thank you. Sorry about the post. 1st time posting. Great site.

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