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Adaptec Easy CD Creator

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XPert    0

Does Adaptec Easy CD Creator 4 work in XP?

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v3    0

it doesn't work. version 5's directcd also doesn't work, too. :(

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2xSilverKnight    179

lol newbie. Put the compatibility to win 98/ME.

Right click on the .exe file (of easy cd creator) select poperties, compatibility and put it to win 98/ME and ok. Run easy cd creator and it work.

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RossDundas    11

play nice dude, i suspect you were a newbie once too, everyone has to start somewhere.

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stevember    138

Hi,

Easy CD Creator 4 will not work in Windows XP. Easy CD Creator 5 will work as long as you don't install the direct CD part this may be only for the professional version of Windows XP due to its built-in CD writing capabilities.

I use easy CD Creator 5 with no problems in RC 2 of Windows XP.

Stevie

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ab1225    0

Easy CD 4.05 works in XP :)

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LiGhTfast    6

4.02 works fine for me on rc2

didnt use direct cd tho

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roks1    0

EasyCD 5.0 just fine in XP

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mister    0

You guys should try Nero 5...works awesome under Windows XP.

"Don't You Love Them Apples"

www.asilvertouch.com

caz

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irresponsibleki    0

5.02 works fine until you upgrade to 2600 ... nero still works though.

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throttlejockey    0

You need to completely uininstall EZCD before upgrading then re-install. Upgrading while it's installed will as you know break it.

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Criollo    0

On 2600 build with EZCD 5.02b freshly installed I get a CDR4 error when starting the app and then cannot burn CDs because it does not find the CD-R. Went back to Nero and fine now. But, has anyone encountered this error?

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larry    0

I have EZ and Nero but don't have them installed on XP Pro. I use the software on XP to burn. Anyone have grips about it? I think it's cooler looking then EZ and Nero too.

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me101    0

I tried Nero on my rc2 setup and it would not recognise my cdr (TDK 12x10x32) but I eventually got it working with Nero and find it great.

I have used Easy CD Creator in work, with a MicroSolutions 4x4x24 portable CD-RW and Easy CD Creator is great. Just wish ?I could get it in XP as for simple Cd burning it's excellent. :) Have not tried ECD 5.x yet :(

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asy1mpo    0

I go tthat CDR4 error too

Trying NEro 5.5.2.4 now and hopefully that is OK

Originally posted by Criollo  

On 2600 build with EZCD 5.02b freshly installed I get a CDR4 error when starting the app and then cannot burn CDs because it does not find the CD-R.  Went back to Nero and fine now.  But, has anyone encountered this error?

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Lezend    1

Just an addin, I love the packet-to-packet writing in Windows XP. Very useful in backing up and write packet-to-packet data. Love it.

Plextor 24x12x40 work like a charm. I don't know if burnproof is supported but burning was too fast to even notice. (750 meg under 3min)

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Malechai    116

Me101 - I take it that your burner wasn't detected because you used the Creative reg code? :p I had the same problem until I found a different one heh :D

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