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By galehickey2 ·
I upgraded from Easy CD Creator 4 to
version 5. Problem now is that when I attempt
to record I get a message "There are no CD-Recorders available,etc..."
Any help..

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by ogie_2001 In reply to cd burner

Download aspi check and forceaspi from http://www.audiotools.co.uk/download.shtml to make sure the aspi version for your OS is correct. If you have version 5 basic you should update to version 5.3 and if you have the platinum edition you should update to version 5.1. These updates add recorder support for additional burners. The updates can be downloaded from http://www.roxio.com/en/support/roxio_support/ecdc/ecdc_software_updatesv5.html

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by TheChas In reply to cd burner

If you are running XP, make sure that you have the Windows XP CD-R updates.

If you are running W98, there is a conflict between Microsofts built in UDF file reader and Easy CD 5.
You need to uninstall Microsofts reader and then re-install Easy CD 5.

Sometimes, you need to update your IDE bus driver for the motherboard / chipset.

Chas

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by Neal2002 In reply to cd burner

Sometimes it depends on where you got the upgrade from. Say a friend gave you the easy cd software that came with their PC. The manufacture of that PC may supply a version of the software that only works with the cd burners that they install in their PCs. In other words a version of easy cd that comes with a Compaq PC may not work with a HP burner.

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by deputac In reply to cd burner

It is a possibility that if your burner is hooked thru the USB port, that your computer has some how disabled the USB ports.

Re-engage them by getting into your computer's bios before Windows boot up and re-enable the USB detection.

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