Find and remove dll's in Easy CD Creator 4

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Hi there, Just found this fantastic site and joined today.

My problem, I upgraded to WindowsXP and it ist telling me that after I deleted Easy CD 4 there are still dll's loaded causing problems and WinXP has stopped them from loading. How can I find what the problem dll's are and delete them?

Thanks for any help.
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Welcome to TSG!
Tony is absolutely correct easy creator 4.x is not compatable and if program is remove before the XP install you end up with the problem you currently are experiencing. Went through Roxio's site and could not find any mention of which dll's need to be removed, however an option may be to download the free trial of easy creator 5, use the updater and then use for its trial period or just uninstall it and see if it cleans up the mess.
Heres an excerpt from Roxios site.
Q. Can I try Easy CD Creator before purchasing the full version?
A. Yes. Easy CD Creator 5.1 Basic Downloadable Free Trial Version is provided to give users who are currently running Easy CD Creator 3.x or 4.x a means of trying Easy CD Creator v5.1 Basic under XP before having to purchase a copy. This trial version will last 90 days before the Try Now button is disabled. No Tech Support will be provided. Click here to find out more.

http://www.roxio.com/xpinfo/upgrade4.jhtml;jsessionid=JNYMNBG1BXKLRT33IAVRVQQ

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