Invalid file in command string.

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Hi,

I have a lot of pictures from all my photo sessions I attended, and stored it all in my computer. I am afraid if ever my computer will crash and all this photo will be gone. So I decided to create a CD backup of all my files. I used CDBurnerXP. They told me that it runs so great, so I downloaded a copy of it and installed at my computer. After installing it, I wanted to try it. when I run the application, error message was displayed in my screen.

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Invalid file in command string. File Pro 3cdbxp.exe does not exist.

Invalid file in command string.

File Pro 3cdbxp.exe does not exist.

After I got the error message, I pointed the error to CDBurnerXP not with my computer.

Since my computer is running without a problem before I installed CDBurnerXP, please share some ideas.

Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #124573

Invalid file in command string.

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Dear after reading all your post and seeing its technical aspects there are something that are related with your matter.

First of all as you mentioned in last that before installing the software your PC is working fine without any problems and ambiguities but when you installed that software, this sort of problem begins to occur, so dear I think your software has some file missing which he is unable to retrieve.

So I suggest to install the software again or also it gives the same error means your software is corrupted then you should install it from a different place, also apart from this XP CD burner other burning options are also available like the most famous NERO burn and many more you can use.

I hope by trying these instructions your matter will be solved and purified.

Answered By 0 points N/A #124576

Invalid file in command string.

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Whats up chrisstate, you are right the problem might be on the software. The problem might be on the files in the software, the software might have been corrupted. Some of the system files usually go missing when a software becomes corrupted or incorrectly coded.

You may also need to delete temporary files in the registry and ensure all the direct x drivers are installed. You may then uninstall the software and reinstall it. Restart the computer afterwards. Ensure the destination drive is not full or inaccessible and the system files to be there. This should be able to solve the problem. Thanks.

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