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Anonymous
April 1, 2005 7:33:04 PM

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The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not recognized by by
Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and Windows XP
home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning Wizzard as the Roxio
software seems to be controling.

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April 1, 2005 9:41:10 PM

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Did you finalize the disk or leave it open so you could add more. Players
mostly require it to be finalized.
SG

"Michael Shilhan" <Michael Shilhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:A1ED9FF4-53E2-4FC7-8BA6-8F49ECCFF7C6@microsoft.com...
> The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not recognized by
> by
> Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and Windows
> XP
> home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning Wizzard as the
> Roxio
> software seems to be controling.
Anonymous
April 2, 2005 12:58:07 AM

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First, Easy CD version 5 does not work with XP. Check the Roxio website and
you will find that version 6 (plus several patches) is the minimum to run
under XP.

Second, if you had Easy CD 5 with 98 or ME, then upgraded to XP (like I
did), that sequence destroys all CD writing ability. The first step in the
fix is to go to the Roxio website and learn how to completely remove asy CD.
When I did it, I had to do some registry editting, but I think that Roxio
now has a small executable called roxiozap.exe that does it all for you.

The next step is to either install XP-compatible CD writing software, or try
to get the native XP CD writing software to work. I installed version 6
(plus patchs), then later upgraded to version 7. Version 6 was no reliable
for UDF writing (drag & drop), but it made fine data CDs and music CDs and
data DVDs. The latest Nero is XP-compatible, but you definitely need to
remove all of Easy CD before installing Nero.

As for the native CD writing ability of XP, I have never tried to use it,
let alone fix it. Still, a few web searches ought to provide some info.
Try these websites first:

http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp.htm
http://www.theeldergeek.com/

Once you get an XP-compatible set of CD/DVD software, then you must remember
to "finalize" or "close" or "make readable on all PCs". Further, JPGs
simply copied to a CD-RW may not be recognied by a DVD play, if it is the
type that is connected to a TV. If it connected o a compter, the JPG format
should be recognized, but only if the file system on the CD is recognized.
CDs are usually Joliet, but drag&drop CDs are UDF (or DLA or DirectCD).
Joliet is universally readable on all modern PCs, even MACs. But, UDF
requires a special reader, which often comes with (or is free from) the same
source as the CD writing software.

"Michael Shilhan" <Michael Shilhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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> The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not recognized by
> by
> Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and Windows
> XP
> home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning Wizzard as the
> Roxio
> software seems to be controling.
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April 2, 2005 3:35:17 PM

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Possibly different characteristics between the two drives?
I've had similar probs before, especially when it's Open Session.
Dump Roxio for starters & go for Nero.

--

johnf

> The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not recognized
> by by Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and
> Windows XP home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning
> Wizzard as the Roxio software seems to be controling.
Anonymous
April 2, 2005 6:37:02 PM

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How do you finalize a disc?

"shakey" wrote:

> Did you finalize the disk or leave it open so you could add more. Players
> mostly require it to be finalized.
> SG
>
> "Michael Shilhan" <Michael Shilhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> message news:A1ED9FF4-53E2-4FC7-8BA6-8F49ECCFF7C6@microsoft.com...
> > The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not recognized by
> > by
> > Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and Windows
> > XP
> > home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning Wizzard as the
> > Roxio
> > software seems to be controling.
>
>
>
April 3, 2005 4:57:28 PM

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If you're using Nero, just before recording, check the 'no-multirecording'
box


--

johnf

> How do you finalize a disc?
>
> "shakey" wrote:
>
>> Did you finalize the disk or leave it open so you could add more.
>> Players mostly require it to be finalized.
>> SG
>>
>> "Michael Shilhan" <Michael Shilhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> message news:A1ED9FF4-53E2-4FC7-8BA6-8F49ECCFF7C6@microsoft.com...
>> > The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not
>> > recognized by by
>> > Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and
>> > Windows XP
>> > home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning Wizzard as the
>> > Roxio
>> > software seems to be controling.
April 4, 2005 4:16:48 AM

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You are using Roxio and I am not familiar with that program. Someone else
might say or I'm sure its in the programs help files.
SG
"Michael Shilhan" <MichaelShilhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:8852E73A-8F2D-48C2-B4B6-CA1BDBD1D7C9@microsoft.com...
> How do you finalize a disc?
>
> "shakey" wrote:
>
>> Did you finalize the disk or leave it open so you could add more. Players
>> mostly require it to be finalized.
>> SG
>>
>> "Michael Shilhan" <Michael Shilhan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
>> message news:A1ED9FF4-53E2-4FC7-8BA6-8F49ECCFF7C6@microsoft.com...
>> > The JPEG files burned on a CD-RW using this computer are not recognized
>> > by
>> > by
>> > Pioneer DVD player. I have Roxio Easy CD Creater 5 software and
>> > Windows
>> > XP
>> > home edition. I can not get to the Windows CD burning Wizzard as the
>> > Roxio
>> > software seems to be controling.
>>
>>
>>
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