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Creator Classic + Windows 7 (64) = Coasters



I recently bought a new PC that is running Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) Service Pack 1. I installed Creator 2010 but discovered that CDs burned using Creator Classic were blank (I even tried two different drives - the internal DB/DVD/CD drive and an external DVD/CD drive).


Even though Creator 2010 is supposed to work with Windows 7 I paid to upgrade to Creator 2011 only to discover it has exactly the same problem - NOT HAPPY!!


Not only have I wasted my money and a lot of my time (successfully installing Creator 2011 took many hours), but I've also wasted quite a few CDs (OK - I know they're not expensive but this product should work!!)


I can successfully burn CDs using the Burn Data Disc option of Roxio Creator 2011 but I want to use Creator Classic because I have a lot of saved Creator Classic projects that Roxio Creator 2011 cannot open/import.


I've attached an image showing the version of Roxio Creator Classic I'm using - hopefully this problem will be fixed sooner rather than later.

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You talk about C2010 and then C2011, confusing!


Your assuming earlier Creator projects are forward compatible, probably not.


No Roxio software should take "successfully installing Creator 2011 took many hours".


Will Creator Classic burn a new data project you create?

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