Olli should clonecd 4.01.6 by default allow AWS in US

vbimport

#1

I just uninstalled and used clone registry cleaner to remove clonecd from my PC and installed 4.0.1.6...I have a liteon burner..I did not want AWS..but it was enabled as was hide cdr media...I live in the US

I even manually checked and removed any other entries to clonecd

I had used the tool that allow access to these options in 4.0.13 to turn them off as I got bad SD2 burn....because it got enabled automatically in a previous version of clonecd

I have manually gone through clone profiles and turned off AWS but I am worried that AWS must still be on and will affect my burns...

thanks for any info


#2

Originally posted by nealh
[B]I just uninstalled and used clone registry cleaner to remove clonecd from my PC and installed 4.0.1.6…I have a liteon burner…I did not want AWS…but it was enabled as was hide cdr media…I live in the US

I even manually checked and removed any other entries to clonecd

I had used the tool that allow access to these options in 4.0.13 to turn them off as I got bad SD2 burn…because it got enabled automatically in a previous version of clonecd

I have manually gone through clone profiles and turned off AWS but I am worried that AWS must still be on and will affect my burns…

thanks for any info [/B]

No, it should not allow it. Can you enable Hide CDR in the tray as well?


#3

interesting … thanks for the quick reply

Do you think this will lead to any problems in burning…as I said I reset all the profiles so AWS is off…

when I uninstalled clonecd 4.0.1.3…I did so with its uninstaller…then ran the “clonecd registry editor” and removed all the entries supposedly then manually checked for any remaining entries and rebooted…

I may be sorry I used the tool to enable AWS in US as I can not seem to get it to stop…wonder if this just leaves registry entries behind that override the option when clonecd installs


#4

thanks Olli…for the fast reply…I appreicate it…

Keep Up the good work…there simply is no better program and support out there


#5

Originally posted by nealh
[B]interesting … thanks for the quick reply

Do you think this will lead to any problems in burning…as I said I reset all the profiles so AWS is off…

when I uninstalled clonecd 4.0.1.3…I did so with its uninstaller…then ran the “clonecd registry editor” and removed all the entries supposedly then manually checked for any remaining entries and rebooted…

I may be sorry I used the tool to enable AWS in US as I can not seem to get it to stop…wonder if this just leaves registry entries behind that override the option when clonecd installs [/B]

did you use that clone ccd4regkill.exe file to get AWS enabled? if u did run it again and it should ask you to disable it :slight_smile:

that’s tha only way i got mine to turn off after using it :slight_smile:

good luck.


#6

Yes…but did not thing to rerun it as Olli suggested…I will do s oto remove it for the future but since Olli say if AWS is off its off I am ok…

thanks for all the great info


#7

Maybe the tool left some crap in your registry…
Open up the registry editor, and then search for clone to see what happens =\


#8

Originally posted by softwareguy
Maybe the tool left some crap in your registry…
Open up the registry editor, and then search for clone to see what happens =\

The tool doesn’t leave any crap, if you uninstall it like suggested: Start it again.


#9

You do a lot of research on this tool, eh Olli? :bigsmile:


#10

Originally posted by softwareguy
You do a lot of research on this tool, eh Olli? :bigsmile:

Sure, as we need to know what ill effects CloneCD add-ons can have on CloneCD operation. This is pretty important for the (poor) guys doing tech support.


#11

No bugs @ the moment? (Tool)