I seem to have the same problem. However, I think it has also to do with the hardware (CD writer) which is in conflict with the OS, in my case Windows 2000 Pro.
Did you find a solution? I have found the driver on the net with google inserting ECDC5B.msi as keysearch but Ihave not solved the problem yet.
Hi - Did you ever find a solution to this problem? All of a sudden, I am having the same thing happen, and I didn't even try to install Easy CD Creator - I don't have a disk either. Just curious - I want this install thing to go away!!!
I'm getting the same thing on a Gateway computer...just started doing this for no apparant reason.
I fixed mine.......
I did a registry search (regedit), backed up the current registry & did a search on 'ECDC5B.MSI'. I then deleted all of the references and keys containing 'ECDC5B.MSI'. The problem went away.
1. Uninstall all Roxio Products including Easy Media Creator, Photosuite, VideoWave, Easy CD and DVD Creator and Easy CD Creator 5. IF YOU HAVE GOBACK INSTALLED PLEASE PROCEED TO STEP 3. Goback is not the same as Windows XP System Restore. a. Click on the "Start" button and select "Control Panel". If you are using WindowsXP, click on "Start" choose "Settings" and then "Control Panel".
B. Double-click on "Add/Remove Programs" icon. c. Look through the list of applications, and if you see any Roxio titles, highlight
the entry and choose "Remove". 2. Download and run the Roxizap utility a. Log on to the internet.b. Type the following address into the Address Bar of your browser: http://tools.roxio.com/support/tools/roxizap.exe c. Choose "Save" and save it to your Desktop.d. Once the download is complete, exit your web browser, and double-click on"Roxizap", located on your Desktop. Follow the instructions and reboot yourcomputer.
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