Prancer 07:33 04 Dec 04

Does anybody know about this programme? It has installed on one of my CDs and filled the CD. I have searched the froum and found a posting about it in 2002 but cannot access the replies. I've scanned with Spybot and McAfee but it's still there. Is it malignant? If so, what do I do?

  john-232317 09:03 04 Dec 04

Read some of these

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  Prancer 09:40 04 Dec 04

Thank you, but I am still in the dark. It has ruined one CD and I am concerned it might do more damage. Can I get rid of the original Roxio programme?

  john-232317 16:00 04 Dec 04

Not sure if that would help.

But you could use this if your cd was worth this cost.

click here

  Prancer 17:56 04 Dec 04

Thank you, I've used CDroller and recovered the data but am still concerned about future CDs. I suppose the answer is to burn to CD-Rs using Nero instead of drag & drop, which seems to use the dreaded Roxio.

Thank you for your help.

  john-232317 12:30 05 Dec 04

No problem, i only used google ;-))

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