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1Click used our news submit to tell us "Version 126.96.36.199 of 1Click DVD Copy is now available for a 3 copy trial here . This release fixes the problem of Windows XP...
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“This release fixes the problem of Windows XP DVD device caching which was supposed to be fixed in service pack 2, but still remains.” It’s about time, this issue is part of many posts in this and other forums… Time to be fixed finally.
They talking about the problem with windows thinking a disc is still in a drive when it isnt? If you just use the ejet button for closing the tray it will update properly, its when you push the tray back in that you get those sorts of problems.
jdub if only it were that simple. On many people’s PCs, even using the proper buttons, or even using the right-click menu does not update the identity of the disc in the DVD drive.
isn’t this a problem with CDs too…