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problem when using dvd data backup disk made with XP in Vista

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Old 10-01-2007
John L.
 

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problem when using dvd data backup disk made with XP in Vista
When I put in a DVD Data Disk that I made in Windows XP into my Vista
laptop, I noticed that when using Windows Explorer in Vista 90% of the files
were not showing on the DVD disk !!! What am I doing wrong? Why can't I see
the rest of the files? None of these files are hidden in XP. I have Vista
set to show all files. There were no error messages when using the DVD Disk.
I even tried turning off UAC in Vista, but no more files were visible.

Anyone know why I can't see the rest of the files?

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Old 10-03-2007
hlwenger
 

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RE: problem when using dvd data backup disk made with XP in Vista
Vista comes with Roxio 9 basic. It is not always compatible with the Roxio
programs you paid for such as Roxio Easy CD Creator 8 (for example).
What I did was to delete the basic rox 9 and install the full version of 8
on my vista machine. It worked.


"John L." wrote:

> When I put in a DVD Data Disk that I made in Windows XP into my Vista
> laptop, I noticed that when using Windows Explorer in Vista 90% of the files
> were not showing on the DVD disk !!! What am I doing wrong? Why can't I see
> the rest of the files? None of these files are hidden in XP. I have Vista
> set to show all files. There were no error messages when using the DVD Disk.
> I even tried turning off UAC in Vista, but no more files were visible.
>
> Anyone know why I can't see the rest of the files?
>

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