When I start up my computer I get the following message:
"'CD Recording software' will cause Windows to become unstable. Windows has prevented these drivers from loading".
When I click on the message up pops the following window;
"CD Recording Software
A CD-recording driver is installed that might cause stability problems, including problems shutting down and problems using a CD/DVD drive. This driver will be disabled.
This driver might have been installed by Easy CD Creator, Windows Media Player or RealJukebox. You might not be able to record CDs until you obtain compatible drivers.
Roxio, Inc. provides an update for Easy CD Creator users at the Easy CD Creator Updates Web site.
For Windows Media Player users, see the Microsoft Web site at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/windowsxp/roxio.asp.
For RealJukebox users, see the RealNetworks Web site at http://switchboard.real.com/rj2/?cd=xpfix.
Roxio Support Web site (English): http://www.roxio.com/support
Roxio Support Web site (Japan): http://www.roxio.co.jp/support
Telephone: (408) 945-8600 (North America only) "
I have tried numerous times to search for Roxio, Easy Cd creator and Real Jukebox files to uninstall, update them all to no avail.
I have also tried the 'This should fix the problem' suggestion by jazacoop and although the Upper and Lower filters which I deleted as suggested have not been recreated when I boot my computer and I don't see the message pop-up on my screen any longer, my D drive still won't recognise a disc (it just whirrs and spins and says 'insert disc into drive D')
Also when I try to search for problems with my hardware it always says 'D drive working normally' although it is not!