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JeffTR

Blu-Ray Plug-In - Included In Creator 2012 Pro But Not Installed

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I have bought Creator 2012 Pro and it is advertised as including the blu-ray plug-in. However, the option to write to blu-ray disks is not available in mydvd. I presume there is more to do to get the plug-in and install it. I can only see the option to buy it from them website. Can someone tell me how I get and install it please?

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How can I delete the folder 'BackOnTrack' placed on my C: SSD drive that holds Windows 7.
I chose to install Roxio Creator 2012 Pro to my HDD E:.
No option to not install the above bloat ware, and now no uninstall option.
I turned off as many Roxio start ups as possible and services, but always get the message that a file or folder is open, so cannot be deleted.

I want to keep as much as possible space on this limited size SSD.

Any ideas please?

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Apologies about the double posting, I did not notice that it had gone onto another page.

Well after a lot of hassle I eventually managed to delete the folder 'BackOnTrack' placed on my C: SSD.
Had to stop a number of 'Services' that it was running.

Thank you.

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An update:

After I deleted 'BackOnTrack' placed on my C: SSD drive,

and also 'Roxio Burn', from my HDD; there were issues:
I found that 'MyDVD' and 'VideoWave' would not run.
It seems that 'VideoWave' is also required by 'MyDVD'.
Either some of the services that were stopped, and/or one
of the above apps, were required to be running as well?

 

I assume that I shall have to live with these apps remaining?
Such a shame that the installer did not have a 'Custom' option.

 

Is it possible to remove these apps, and still run 'MyDVD' and 'VideoWave'?
Thank you.

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Doesn't look like it because you've broken the program.

 

Besides Installing C2012 on E drive still puts 300-400 MB of C2012 on your 'C' drive!

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PKD, you'll find that almost all programs install at least some things on the boot drive, regardless of where you tell them to install. There's just no way to get around it, and you have to make allowances with the size of your drive. I also have a different "Apps" drive (D: ) to install to, but the boot drive (G: in my case) keeps growing with bits and pieces.

 

Videowave and MyDVD are indeed intertwined and need each other. Well, at least MyDVD needs Videowave. Depending on which services you stopped, and where they were installed, you can try restarting some of them to see if maybe you didn't delete the pieces they need, and you can get Videowave and MyDVD going again. Failing that, you're probably going to have to reinstall and leave Roxio Burn and Back On Track installed. (Though you should be able to stop the services for at least BOT, and I think you can stop the service that notifies Roxio Burn when a new disc is installed.)

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Yes I had already run the installer's 'Repair' option, and all is running fine again.
So it seems that the unwanted apps will have to just sit there.
I will try to see which services might be stopped safely.

 

On a general note, I would like to thank all people who have kindly
posted replies to my many questions. This is an well supported
forum.

 

Thank you.

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Try this for Roxio Burn, uncheck your drives.

 

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Edited by cdanteek

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Thank you, I had already done that.
well, its late here in the UK, so signing off for now.

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