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Driver Problem With Windows Vista


Atomic Ninja
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When I open Easy CD & DVD Burning, I get the following message:

 

All your drives are set to disabled. On this operating system,

in order to start Easy CD and DVD Burning Home you must either

physically remove your drive(s) or enable at least one drive.

 

Can someone please guide me through this step by step?

I'm running Windows Vista.

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Download this to a folder you make on your desktop.

 

PX Engine 4.18.16a. Update .Click here

 

Unzip the zip file in the folder, click on the .exe and let it run, make sure no programs especially Roxio are not running/open. When it's done re-boot the pc and see if you have drives..

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When I open Easy CD & DVD Burning, I get the following message:

 

All your drives are set to disabled. On this operating system,

in order to start Easy CD and DVD Burning Home you must either

physically remove your driver(s) or enable at least one drive.

 

Can someone please guide me through this step by step?

I'm running Windows Vista.

 

Well, I followed all the instructions and it DID NOT work.

I don't know what else to do. Can anyone help me on this?

My Lightscribe drive seems to work fine with everything else.

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Yes, your system might need a PX Engine INSTALL rather than an UPDATE.

 

Try the Installer HERE. It's from #7 on Cdanteek's signature. Download the Zip file, extract the contents into a spare folder, and run the executable. It's just like the other one, except it's an installer.

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Yes, your system might need a PX Engine INSTALL rather than an UPDATE.

 

Try the Installer HERE. It's from #7 on Cdanteek's signature. Download the Zip file, extract the contents into a spare folder, and run the executable. It's just like the other one, except it's an installer.

 

OK, I'm going to give this a try right now...

By the way, I did have IE9 Beta on here, but I uninstalled it.

I'll let you know here in a few minutes if this worked or not.

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OK, I'm going to give this a try right now...

By the way, I did have IE9 Beta on here, but I uninstalled it.

I'll let you know here in a few minutes if this worked or not.

 

 

GREAT NEWS! IT WORKED! Thank you sooooooooooooooooo much! I owe you a lunch... LOL

Does this mean I should still stay away from Internet Explorer 9 Beta?

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GREAT NEWS! IT WORKED! Thank you sooooooooooooooooo much! I owe you a lunch... LOL

Does this mean I should still stay away from Internet Explorer 9 Beta?

 

Thanks, but since I'm in the "shakey Isles" [New Zealand] I might have to pass on the lunch :)

 

The Installer would have been Cdanteek's next suggestion, but since it's CD's sleep time I carried on to help you. [different time zones]

 

The Creator suites do have a lot to do with Internet Explorer and new versions of I.E. do have a history of killing some Creator versions so we think that the new I.E. beta would be a good thing to avoid in the meantime.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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