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Everytime I boot Vista, I get ... You have files waiting to be burned to disc

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When I log into Vista I get:

You have files waiting to be burned to disc

It refers to E drive and it is a DVD-ROM, not a burner.

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Hi there;

Eliminate the temporary files found in:

C:\Users\YOUR USERNAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Burn

or:

To deactivate the Windows CD Burning function - and consequently disable the error "You have files waiting.........":

1) Start - Run - type gpedit.msc (not available in Windows XP Home Edition).
2) Go to User Configuration - Administrative Templates - Windows Explorer.
3) Look for "Remove CD Burning Features" and double click on it.
4) Choose ENABLED and apply.
5) You may need to reboot the computer for settings to take place.

Best regards...
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