You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. Tell us about your experience with our site. Like James said you should be able to uninstall it. What surprised me is that I found three Roxio Folders with the following properties: Virus Problem, Please Help. Sign in Already have an account? IsoBuster can do it all!
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Driver: Directcd Disabled – General Discussion – Roxio Community
Posted April 19, Lyn, we don’t need a lecture on not using Direct CD please. The reader creates problems. I’ll keep my fingers crossed. I will definitely help you with this.
Remove Roxio .Inc Driver Causing Compatibility Issues
Getting the company to devote the resources to problems caused by an out-of-life program would be quite an accomplishment though, I fear. You will find numerous posts in just the last year, on that 8 year old thread, of people gratefully thanking them for maintaining it because they had the problem and it was the only place they found the solution. It’s late and this problem that appears to have begun in still recurs, apparently with a good amount of frequency – I’ve had it for a couple of months, and after HOURS of googling and searching support and forums across the web I’d been unable to find a solution until just now when I found the needle-in-a-haystack forum post linked above.
But I still get on bootup: Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Sign in Already have an account? It appears to be conflicting data; could it be the result of an Internet Explorer crash or the result of a vrus? After years of no problems at startup on my Windows XP Svc Pack 2 system, this irritating message started showing up a couple of months ago and I think I figured out why it started happening: Then, under Compatibility Assistant, essentially the same thing comes up, ie Driver: The 2 nd one is a Session Writing system, you can Write, Overwrite and even “erase” a file but the file space taken up by the “Overwritten” or “erased” file cannot be recovered If the error message hasn’t mentioned which driver it’s complaining about, you might have to try to find the pieces and chop them out individually.
I’m sorry you take issue with my position on Roxio’s documentation – I think it is inaccurate. Both these have a trial version that will let you know if the files can be accessed: I also have a phantom ‘Adobe Flash install’ installed about three times now that keeps comming up with each restart.
Blocked DirectCD Driver – Windows Vista – Roxio Community
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The ones we normally use here for that are isobuster or cdroller. Directc simple solution – search for the ‘udfreadr’ driver in C: If you’re able to drag-n-drop files onto a Direct CD formatted disc, you must have one of the forms of DirectCD running on your Vista machine.
Now the CD can be read after rebooting. Difectcd problem’s solutions in these forums neither directly address the issue nor proved sufficient solution. Sign In Sign Up.
Here is your log as pictures. What version have you been trying to install in XP [don’t even try it in Vista] and how did you try to install it? I will be eternally grateful. You mentioned Vista Logs, is this the next step?
Actually, if it is Direct CD popping up, I believe that visha be an Adaptec application back in the good old days so maybe scour for Adaptec. I think the error one is a red circle with a cross in it. You may also get in touch with Roxio support for better assistance on this issue.
Your advice has been invaluable. We will be glad to help you. Originally Posted by minibuddy.