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Click OK when you receive the following message: DllRegisterServer in OLE32.DLL succeeded. To do the same, follow these steps... 1. you can also download updates from microsofts updates page (update.microsoft.com):) 0 Dabber 11 Years Ago I am afraid you are right, Janine. Click "Start," click "Run," type "regsvr32 ole32.dll" in the Open box (without the quotation " marks), and click OK. 2. http://www.geek.com/forums/topic/cannot-complete-the-cd-writing-wizard/

I hope this additional info helps. I have been unable to burn data/audio to a CD using the 'Windows XP Writing Wizard' recently. Is it piggy-backed with the hard drive in your machine? Click here to join today!

Please read carefully the Google Answers Terms of Service. Details about my CD-RW can be found here: http://au.asus.com/products4.aspx?l1...64&modelmenu=1 Edit: (I have uninstalled Nero to avoid any software conflict.) Microsoft aknowledges the "Error" but doesn't provide a solution. I'm reasonably certain that it was SINCE that time that I got the above referenced windows update, which, when I checked out, was a not particularly well-documented item dated 2003. I'm not familar with prefetch files, i'll check that out.

Having a copy of roxio on the computer caused conflicts where neither roxio nor the cd burning wizard would work properly. if not well.... Click OK when you receive the following message: DllRegisterServer in OLE32.DLL succeeded. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-hardware/cannot-complete-the-cd-writing-wizard-cd-wont-copy/48d1f822-2eed-4074-a90d-07b6d7e650be You can also check the following for help. (324129) HOW TO: Troubleshoot Issues That Occur When You Write Data to a CD-R or CD-RW Optical Disc in Windows XP http://support.micro...om/?kbid=324129 (316529)

Not one of them has a happy ending. You may need to update roxio. This may cause CD writing Problems and even it can Damage writers. If you experience Problem again Check for any Virus or HARDWARE Problems.

I just bought a new pack of memorex CD-R *52x, 700Mb). It still does not work. I also tried to fix some Windows XP files from the original disk. System Setup: XP Home (Service Pack 2) 1800Mhz - P4(R) 40G - ROM 760MB - RAM AVG antivirus Reply With Quote 06-23-200609:52 AM #5 skygel Member Join Date May 2006 Location

Insert a blank CD-R into your CD drive. click site I am able to read CDs in the drive, so I know it's not disconnected, I just can't burn CDs so I suspect the software. I don't blame the owner. when i first posted this thread i was using a preinstalled version of Roxio (still am).

For clear detailed instructions on how to restore Direct Memory Access for a specific device go to this site: http://www.onthegosoft.com/dma_setting_nt.htm ............................................................................. I was having the same error until I uninstalled Studio10 (my software) defragged my C: drive after getting rid of unneeded files. Byteman, Mar 10, 2006 #5 rainforest123 Thread Starter Joined: Dec 28, 2004 Messages: 8,250 Dear Byteman: I am still not able to create a CD, using Windows XP's built in CD http://electrictricycle.net/cannot-complete/cannot-complete-cd-writing-wizard-error-writing-process.html Any suggestions??? 10 4/30/2007 (6:37 am) by Evie Hatzi Evie Hatzi (1 Posts) When I had the same problem I was trying to burn some html files together with a

If it's set to "Master", change it to "Cable Select". WinXP recgonizes the CD and pops up the explorer window (blank of course) (if I go to my computer, and right click on the CD-drive E: and look at properties, I Andy 0 dlh6213 27 11 Years Ago Good point!

then click rip and the tracks goin the library.go on to burn and click edit playlist.find your songs and select them.then put in blank cd and click on "start burn" and

There was an error in the writing process, the disc may nolonger be usable" 8. RF123> That "pmarlow" person that posted that crap was NOT the same legitimate profiled pmarlow that posted the legitimate question at that Google Groups thread....they do that all the time, posing Upgrade to XP SP2 occurred Nov 2004. I have read many articles and followed suggestions as to how it might be rectified.

Looking Forward, denco-ga - Google Answers Researcher Request for Question Clarification by denco-ga on 14 Nov 2006 16:11 PST Howdy vodguy-ga, If you don't mind, we can resume the troubleshooting process. Total: 27GB, Available: 13.4GB. Then Enable recording. More about the author Best regards,Mark 0 Back to Applications · Next Unread Topic → Similar Topics 3 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 3 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear

All rights reserved. The exe is old and I think possibly … Recommended Articles Couple questions about Assembly Last Post 4 Days Ago Couple statements, couple answers. what burning software are you using may i ask. this should put paid to the problem and bear in mind that now windows xp will need at least sp1 but preferably sp2 installed.

the problem happens with Nero, too. If you upgraded to XP you should check that you have a driver for your CD drive compatible with XP or first check that your drive is Enable for recording as Thanks! thank you! 0 #10 mikeeve Posted 03 June 2008 - 11:40 PM mikeeve New Member Member 1 posts ok.

Re-installed Studio 10 as the 'compact' mode (smaller install) and then for some reason everything worked. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Curious but somewhat reluctant about the freeware product mentioned in the first post. I have many users in my company domain named as mycompany.org … Microsoft Windows 8.1 Driver Problems (Yellow Exclamation Mark) 2 replies Laptop Details: Asus Windows 8.1 64-bit Hi.

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