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Destination: No Drive Detected


rha3l

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I have Windows 7 64 bit operating system. I have Roxio creator 2010 and I'm trying to create a data disk, but instead of showing my disk drive where it says destination it says "no driver detected". Disk drive is working properly with all other applications and I was able to write the data disk using a different program - problem isn't with my disk drive. Same with the other Roxio applications.

I want to be able to burn with Roxio again, please help.

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I have Windows 7 64 bit operating system. I have Roxio creator 2010 and I'm trying to create a data disk, but instead of showing my disk drive where it says destination it says "no driver detected". Disk drive is working properly with all other applications and I was able to write the data disk using a different program - problem isn't with my disk drive. Same with the other Roxio applications.

I want to be able to burn with Roxio again, please help.

 

Download, extract, then run the PX Engine 4.18.16a.exe and reboot the PC.

 

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been there done that still no drive detected. :(

 

Ok, because your running W-7 x64 we have to go this route.

 

Make a folder on you C operating system drive and name it FIX, drop the extracted

 

pxengine4_18_16a update .exe into the FIX folder in the root of your C drive.

 

Now hold down the “Windows Key” and then press “R” to activate the RUN command..

 

Copy and paste the command line below into the Run, Open Box, and click OK.

 

c:\fix\pxengine4_18_16a /pxhelponvista

 

Now reboot the PC and tell us if the drive works?

 

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Ok, because your running W-7 x64 we have to go this route.

 

Make a folder on you C operating system drive and name it FIX, drop the extracted

 

pxengine4_18_16a update .exe into the FIX folder in the root of your C drive.

 

Now hold down the Windows Key and then press R to activate the RUN command..

 

Copy and paste the command line below into the Run, Open Box, and click OK.

 

c:\fix\pxengine4_18_16a /pxhelponvista

 

Now reboot the PC and tell us if the drive works?

 

 

It worked however when windows booted up again I got an error message (see below). Before rebooting like it says Roxio was working normally & detecting the cd/dvd drive, however as soon as I reboot my machine the problem starts all over again. *deep sign*

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Did you notice at the top of that box it says Nero Check?

 

Now tell us all the details.

 

Sounds like Nero and Roxio are having a fight over filters.

 

Is INCD installed from Nero and what version of Nero are you running?

 

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Yes I did notice that.

Well there's the baffling part, re-installing or something I did to try & fix roxio (I don't know what exactly) gave me this message the other day. I figured same as you, some conflict going on. I don't use nero so I uninstalled it. So how a program that's no longer on my machine is fixing errors (and causing more) I don't know. How'd you get rid of something that's supposed to gone already?

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Yes I did notice that.

Well there's the baffling part, re-installing or something I did to try & fix roxio (I don't know what exactly) gave me this message the other day. I figured same as you, some conflict going on. I don't use nero so I uninstalled it. So how a program that's no longer on my machine is fixing errors (and causing more) I don't know. How'd you get rid of something that's supposed to gone already?

 

 

Where did Nero come from?

 

On the Nero site they have clean tools.

 

Last time I looked they were version specific.

 

Nail down where it came from and what version and I'll point you to the clean tool.

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Where did Nero come from?

 

On the Nero site they have clean tools.

 

Last time I looked they were version specific.

 

Nail down where it came from and what version and I'll point you to the clean tool.

 

With the computer unfortunately. :rolleyes:

 

SUCCESS!!!

I ran a search on my computer for the word nero - they do leave a lot of litter behind them! - anyway I found nerocheck.exe and deleted that and then did the fix thing again & YAY! I'm back in business :D

Thanks for the help guys :D

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