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I had a previous version of Roxio, and was able to write data "direct to disc" and to use DLA to make discs compatible. With Creator 2011, I do not see this feature and I really need it to be able to backup my autocad and quickbooks backup files directly from each program, plus periodic backups. Can anyone tell me how to do this.

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I had a previous version of Roxio, and was able to write data "direct to disc" and to use DLA to make discs compatible. With Creator 2011, I do not see this feature and I really need it to be able to backup my autocad and quickbooks backup files directly from each program, plus periodic backups. Can anyone tell me how to do this.

 

If you have separate folders for each of your Autocad projects, why don't you copy the project folders to a backup folder, elsewhere on your computer. That's what I do. I also back them up to a folder on an external drive, and I also burn them to a DVD.

 

With Quickbooks, all you have to do is copy the .QBW file to a backup folder on your hard drive. I do the same thing, with my Quickbooks files, as I do with my Autocad files.

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I had a previous version of Roxio, and was able to write data "direct to disc" and to use DLA to make discs compatible. With Creator 2011, I do not see this feature and I really need it to be able to backup my autocad and quickbooks backup files directly from each program, plus periodic backups. Can anyone tell me how to do this.

 

DLA is obsolete because of so many potential issues. Have you tried Roxio-burn secure?

 

On the Home page, go to Tools and then to Configure Roxio Burn Desktop application.

 

Go down to the learning center at the bottom of your Home page and select Data. About the third one down will tell you how to use the application.

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