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Changing Location Of Files In My Roxio Projects


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I just got a new hard drive where all my music is stored on. Unfortunately, all my saved ROXIO projects are pointing to the old drive letter/path. Is there any way to update all the *.ROXIO projects that I have created to point to the files in the new location?

 

I forgot which application makes "XXX.Roxio" files/projects. Please post that and how you made the projects.

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I used Roxio Creator 10.2 to create the *.ROXIO files.

 

Although you have an OEM program designed to Dell specification, perhaps we can still find and answer for you. This post is being moved to to Easy Media Creator 10 part of the forum because what yoiu have is closer to that than Creator 2010.

 

There is no extra charge for extra words. You have to give us more information to work with.

 

10.2 is an OEM set of programs. Which application within 10.3 did you use? At last count there were about a dozen. Does this look like yours? What did you make, a data disc, a Juke Box disc, a disc image or other?

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Jim you are losing it ! You posted images of 10.2 long ago !;)

 

Sorry - board error :rolleyes: In my post above, the link was dropped.

 

"10.2 is an OEM set of programs. Which application within 10.3 did you use? At last count there were about a dozen. Does this look like yours (link) ?

 

What did you make, a data disc, a Juke Box disc, a disc image or other?"

 

My memory is coming back a .ROXIO file is made by one of the applications that is opened from the Tools menu on the Home page. Unless the Op comes back and gives us more information, it will be hard to provide help. :( I assume that you have an audio project file but I don't know how to change the locations automatically.

 

 

To the OP ,look at this. This is why we are asking for more information on the .roxio file you have.

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