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Old 12-13-2007, 10:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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So I gave my Media Card a new drive letter, and now it is not recognized under the "My Devices" in roxio media manager.

If I search it out via the folders view / menu I can find it and use it, but it doesn't show up under "My Devices" until I change the drive letter back to its default. BOOOOOOOOO...................................

What's up with that, I've always re-lettered my drives so there are never any conflicts and I make them easily identifiable by letter for my sidebar icon - a simple click on the icon opens that drive!

I tried to look around to see if I could change the drive letter in the roxio media manager to correspond with my "new" drive letter, but I see nothing! I think this stinks!!!!
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Old 12-13-2007, 10:55 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Roxio is terrible.
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why anyone uses roxio for transfering anything to the media card is beyond me
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why anyone uses roxio for transfering anything to the media card is beyond me
I can take video I've edited and convert it for playback on the bb, that's the only reason and thing I use it for!

It makes it easier than doing it twice in Premiere Elements 4, you know what I mean...........
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roxio has sucked sense day 1 of the easy cd burner days i was disturbed when i saw it being used to do media on my phone which program do you all use
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I'm not a fan of Roxio. I use Audacity instead. More manual? Yep. There's just something about roxio that does not inspire confidence. I'm sure many use it without issues.
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why anyone uses roxio for transfering anything to the media card is beyond me
As somewhat of a noob, I didn't know there were any other options. I haven't had any problems with Roxio, but what's better?
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