Re: questions about roxio, dll files and window upgrade

  • From: "Roden" <infocom@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Jul 2005 02:17:26 -0700

hi Vy Pham!

You don't need to update your Windows.

You can find that script at the JFWLite home page.

Here I provide the URL for you to download that script.  Please visit:

When you are there, press Insert + F7 to list all available links.
Then, hit the letter R till you heard Roccio.
 Press it again till you heard the JAWS script vertion you will using.
After you find it, hit enter.  Then, the download process will begin.

Thank you!

Please include all previous correspondence pertaining to this matter when 
replying to this message.

Best regards,

Roden Zalameda

Mobile no: +63927541-9838


  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Vy Pham 
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ; blcomclub@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ; 
  Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 10:32 AM
  Subject: questions about roxio, dll files and window upgrade

  Hi everybody,

  Can someone please assist me with few of these questions? First, where can I 
find the JAWS scripts for the roxio easy cd creator? Can someone again please 
walk me through on how to burn a cd using roxio? 

  My next question is about the dll file extention. I am currently using 
windows 2000. I was trying to remove the win fixer 2005 from my computer. I 
went to the add and remove software from the settings menue. I was able to 
remove the win fixer 2005 from add and remove software successfully, at least 
JAWS said so.  When I'd reboot my computer, the win fixer still came up. I once 
again went to the c drive, in to program files, and selected the win fixer 
2005. There were about 37 files in that folder. I was able to remove about 27 
of them, but still, there were about 10 files left that I couldn't get rid of. 
All of these are the dll files. Everytime I hit the shift delete keys, jaws 
said something like, cannot delete because the file is being used. That's 
something I don't like about windows 2000. I am asking the xp users on the 
list, will I have the same problem when upgrading to windows xp then? Is it 
hard to upgrade, and where can I get the directions on how to upgrade? 

  Thanks, I hope my questions are clear enough, so that everyone can understand 
them. I know I have too many questions to ask. I would be very thankful for any 
suggestions you can give me regarding these problems. 


  Vy Pham

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