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i have always backed up my jpg files from my camera when repormating.I previoulsy used Creator 7.5. When i attempted backup today using 2010 i couldnt get it to copy/burn to a dvd,which is what ive always done--does 2010 not have that same functionality--thanks

 

Drag-to-Disc has been dropped for 2 or 3 versions back. A better program to use id Creator Classic or Burn Data.

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are they Roxio products??--i have 7.0 and 7.5 but i dont think u can put them on the same PC can you--thanks

 

They are part of Creator 2010. No you cannot put the old EMC 7 on your computer and there are a lot of unlesses.

 

I think that Creator 2010 has Roxio Secure Burn. Go to the Home page and then go to tools, do you see anything named similarly? If so, activate it and use it like D2D it will be session writing and not packet writing.

 

Do you have some old D2D discs around? You may have some problems getting that data back.

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They are part of Creator 2010. No you cannot put the old EMC 7 on your computer and there are a lot of unlesses.

 

I think that Creator 2010 has Roxio burn. Go to the Home page and then go to tools, do u==you see anything named similarly? If so, activate it and use it like D2D it will be session writing and not packet writing.

 

Do you have some old D2D discs around? You may have some problems getting that data back.

yes--i have quite a few old back up files on my OLD pc,which i was planning on giving away--guess ill have to keep it--wonder if i can just copy those as jpg files?/BTW, i do have the 7.5 program disc and it has a custom option on it--could i just install drag to disc from 7.5 on the computer thats running 10

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yes--i have quite a few old back up files on my OLD pc,which i was planning on giving away--guess ill have to keep it--wonder if i can just copy those as jpg files?/BTW, i do have the 7.5 program disc and it has a custom option on it--could i just install drag to disc from 7.5 on the computer thats running 10

 

Only if you want lots of problems ! :rolleyes:

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computer thats running 10

 

There is no program from Roxio called 10.

 

You need to call the program what it is named if you want folks to understand what your talking about!

 

What operating system are you running the new PC?

 

Vista and Windows 7 have a form of packet writing software in the operating system..

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They are part of Creator 2010. No you cannot put the old EMC 7 on your computer and there are a lot of unlesses.

 

I think that Creator 2010 has Roxio Secure Burn. Go to the Home page and then go to tools, do you see anything named similarly? If so, activate it and use it like D2D it will be session writing and not packet writing.

 

Do you have some old D2D discs around? You may have some problems getting that data back.

thanks all--OK i went to home page and selected the Burn Data tab---the drop down shows adding files for burning purposes.I browsed and found my camera and its files, higlighted all the files and had a successful burn--more cumbersome than with 7.5, but it worked

BTW i pulled some old D2D discs and they worked fine with 2010

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BTW i pulled some old D2D discs and they worked fine with 2010

…actually they dont Work.

 

They are readable and always have been with any Win9x OS or higher.

 

But you cannot Write to them anymore.

 

But as others have pointed out, there are many other, and better, solutions since D2D was dropped.

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