Thanks Norm. As I said it works, but the darn thing will not recognise my Creative CDRW. Do you think I could get a driver or updated driver that would allow recognition of the drivve? Of course not as Creative is so, so slack. I just uninstalled the whole damn thing and hope to renew my NEW Creative drive fiasco shortly. I don't think that the fault lies with Roxio's software as it is directly pointed at the Creative CDRW drive.
Yup! I spent some time browsing Roxio's pages, inc updates & etc all in vain.
However, I am pleased to say that the whole chabang works well under Win98se. One can't have it all I guess. I would still dearly like to have Direct CD working with Win2k. As I said, I may work if I change this dreadful Creative RW8438E drive.
Unfortunately I did not express myself well in my original thread. As I cannot get my CDRW drive to recognise Direct CD, I was wondering whether their is another program that would do the job as Roxio's Direct CD. If you come across the software, do let me know.
I really don't recommend using DirectCD at all...Packet Writing software can cause problems afterwards and just wastes space anyways (since u have to format the CD which takes up space then you have to close it which takes up space).
I'd recommend using something like Nero and just creating a Multisession CD...Nero has an explorer-like interface anyways.