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Toshiba Qosmio Sonic Record Now program disabled Windows CD burning, display

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by libbyinabq, Apr 3, 2006.

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  1. libbyinabq

    libbyinabq Guest Thread Starter

    May 18, 2003
    The cute little Toshiba Record Now (DLA program --Drive Letter Access) that came with the laptop was locking the burned disk after any file was burned so I could not add any files.

    The second I loaded files in the window of the SONIC NOW DLA program, it started automatically so I could not add any more files. Then nothing more could be added.

    So I have a lot of discs with just a few files on them !!

    Warranty is out--I didn't try to use this normal Windows cd burning feature the first year to see it didn't work. Now I would have to pay for help --unless someone out there can help me.

    How do I get my cd options window that usually opens when you put in a disc back? No window pops up to say: play, open a window, do nothing, etc.

    How do I get the option to add Send to CD drive D:/ (for burning)back on the menu when you right click a file or folder?

    How do I get the option in the left hand bar of a XP window of files (File and Folder Tasks) that offers the file task of sending to a disk to the burner drive?

    I disabled DLA on the Tabbed box in properties, thinking this might return normal Windows XP services. No effect.

    I went into services, found imapi CD burning Com Service and made it automatic, restarted, but service is still not there.

    I hope someone else has dealt with this successfully! Thanks for any help possible.

  2. cgesicki


    Feb 10, 2006
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