Can anyone offer advice on a CDex problem?
My computer OS is WinXP Pro. I installed CDex - like any new program - when logged on as Administrator. When I logged on to my User account (which for security reasons I prefer for normal daily use), CDEx couldn’t even “see” my CD drive. After some dialogue and advice from Cressida in this thread
I downloaded and installed Nero BurnRights. After this, CDex could see my CD drive, and could access CDDB for album info.
BUT… when I tried to rip CD tracks to mp3, the program simply froze. My TaskManager showed that the CPU was running at 100% and CDex was ‘not responding’.
When I logged on as Administrator, I was able to use CDex perfectly well: it successfully ripped tracks to mp3 and did playlistings etc.
So does anyone have any idea why CDex won’t work in a User account - and what I might do (provided it’s not too technically complicated) to solve the problem?