CDRW won't burn with Nero - get roxio driver error on start-up



mortisha
07-10-2005, 01:10 AM
Had to reload XP home following virus. Reloaded all the software originally
issued and all works beautifully except CD RW (Samsung Combo). Easy CD
Creator 4 created problems (not compatible with XP SP2) so removed and loaded
Nero 6 instead. When I try and burn CDs it says that it has been successful
despite the fact that it operates with or without a blank CD and never works.
It can't find the cd drive. I can play all CDs and DVDs no problem.
WMPlayer can burn CDs but is fussy.

On startup I get a message that one or more devices/drivers are being
disabled because they will adversely affect the computer - these drivers
belong to roxio. If I uninstall them I have no CD function at all. Roxio
would like me to buy their up to date version but, no thanks, I don't really
want that.

What can I do? Any ideas?

Dr. C.Joseph Drayton, Ph.D. AS&T
07-10-2005, 01:10 AM
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Hi Mortisha,

There are 2 files and a registry entry that must be removed to
totally get rid of ECDC4. The tool use to be on the Roxio web site.
If it isn't anymore, e-mail me and I will send it to you.

Ciao . . . C.Joseph

That which a man buys too cheaply . . .
He esteems too lightly


mortisha wrote:
> Had to reload XP home following virus. Reloaded all the software originally
> issued and all works beautifully except CD RW (Samsung Combo). Easy CD
> Creator 4 created problems (not compatible with XP SP2) so removed and loaded
> Nero 6 instead. When I try and burn CDs it says that it has been successful
> despite the fact that it operates with or without a blank CD and never works.
> It can't find the cd drive. I can play all CDs and DVDs no problem.
> WMPlayer can burn CDs but is fussy.
>
> On startup I get a message that one or more devices/drivers are being
> disabled because they will adversely affect the computer - these drivers
> belong to roxio. If I uninstall them I have no CD function at all. Roxio
> would like me to buy their up to date version but, no thanks, I don't really
> want that.
>
> What can I do? Any ideas?
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Mortisha
07-10-2005, 01:11 AM
"Dr. C.Joseph Drayton, Ph.D. AS&T" wrote:

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> Hi Mortisha,
>
> There are 2 files and a registry entry that must be removed to
> totally get rid of ECDC4. The tool use to be on the Roxio web site.
> If it isn't anymore, e-mail me and I will send it to you.
>
> Ciao . . . C.Joseph
>
> That which a man buys too cheaply . . .
> He esteems too lightly
>
>
> mortisha wrote:
> > Had to reload XP home following virus. Reloaded all the software originally
> > issued and all works beautifully except CD RW (Samsung Combo). Easy CD
> > Creator 4 created problems (not compatible with XP SP2) so removed and loaded
> > Nero 6 instead. When I try and burn CDs it says that it has been successful
> > despite the fact that it operates with or without a blank CD and never works.
> > It can't find the cd drive. I can play all CDs and DVDs no problem.
> > WMPlayer can burn CDs but is fussy.
> >
> > On startup I get a message that one or more devices/drivers are being
> > disabled because they will adversely affect the computer - these drivers
> > belong to roxio. If I uninstall them I have no CD function at all. Roxio
> > would like me to buy their up to date version but, no thanks, I don't really
> > want that.
> >
> > What can I do? Any ideas?
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Hi Dr C,
Thankyou so very much all is now groovy. The Roxio web site tool exists no
more but following an ecdc4 registry removal search I came up with a
microsoft support address with a very clear step by step removal process.
Thanks again, Mortisha


CDRW won't burn with Nero - get roxio driver error on start-up