Saving pictures to a Liteonit 52x24x52x drive

  Ian 16:54 13 Apr 03
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Have just upgraded my computer to include a Lite onit CD writer, 52x24x52x model. When I try to save pictures I get the message 'You do not have permission to open this file. See owner of file or an administrator for permission'. These are my own pictures!! Previously, I just clciked on 'Save', 'Save in E'(My drive letter), and that was it. What has gone wrong?
Grateful for any help.
Ian Dickins

  Lú-tzé 16:59 13 Apr 03

Do you have NeroInCD installed? If so, was it installed for your last cd drive?

If the answer to the above is yes, then you will need to make some changes to InCD because it has problems configuring the new CD-writer.

  Ian 17:10 13 Apr 03

Yes I do, and yes it was. Any advice on how to go about altering 'InCD' set-up? Have just sent you an answer on the speaker volume controls.

  Lú-tzé 17:20 13 Apr 03

Ian - I remember reading here about it some time back; I will have a search through my postings and see where it get me.

  Lú-tzé 17:24 13 Apr 03

click here for the link.

This is copied direct:

InCD is specific to the drive installed, and if you just swap the drives over, you'll run into problems, if you don't uninstall InCD first. Change the the drives and reinstall InCD for your new drive. And if like me you also have Roxio Direct CD, you'll have to reinstall that too.

I had forgotten this, this afternoon, when I upgraded my aging 10*4*32 to a new 48*24*48 CD-RW. I "wasted" three hours looking for conflicts that weren't there. As soon as I rebooted with the new drive, Windows loaded and got as far as "New CD-ROM drive found" and then went into a reboot/restart loop! After going back and forth, in and out of Safe Mode, I remembered that InCD is specific to the drive!

I then, uninstalled InCD, reconnected the CD-RW, booted - no problems now!, reinstalled InCD, whereupon it recognised my new drive. Rebooted, reinstalled Direct CD. (Direct CD just won't recognise the drive as existing if you don't), but it doesn't cause the sort of problems that InCD does if you don't uninstall it. Rebooted.

Asking myself, why I didn't remember that earlier - so I thought I'd post it here, in case anyone is upgrading their drives and doesn't want to waste three hours looking for "phantom" conflicts.

  Lú-tzé 17:25 13 Apr 03

click here for the link.

This is copied direct:

InCD is specific to the drive installed, and if you just swap the drives over, you'll run into problems, if you don't uninstall InCD first. Change the the drives and reinstall InCD for your new drive. And if like me you also have Roxio Direct CD, you'll have to reinstall that too.

I had forgotten this, this afternoon, when I upgraded my aging 10*4*32 to a new 48*24*48 CD-RW. I "wasted" three hours looking for conflicts that weren't there. As soon as I rebooted with the new drive, Windows loaded and got as far as "New CD-ROM drive found" and then went into a reboot/restart loop! After going back and forth, in and out of Safe Mode, I remembered that InCD is specific to the drive!

I then, uninstalled InCD, reconnected the CD-RW, booted - no problems now!, reinstalled InCD, whereupon it recognised my new drive. Rebooted, reinstalled Direct CD. (Direct CD just won't recognise the drive as existing if you don't), but it doesn't cause the sort of problems that InCD does if you don't uninstall it. Rebooted.

Asking myself, why I didn't remember that earlier - so I thought I'd post it here, in case anyone is upgrading their drives and doesn't want to waste three hours looking for "phantom" conflicts.

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