Roxio, the mfg. preinstalled CD-RW to Toshiba SDR-2212 CDRW-DVD drive strips off stuff, when I use CD-R for online email and saved to hard drive web pages. I do 'loads of research, and I save web pages to the hard drive. I have also saved online email to hard drive. Now, that I have a CD-RW drive I want to move this stuff over to CD-R, and CD-RW media. The mfg preinstalled Roxio is bad for CD-RW having made coasters, and lost my work, and strips off something so saved internet pages will not display content, graphics for that web page, but not content. Clone CD isn't working on this Toshiba SDR-2212 CDRW/DVD combo drive, although their website asks you to try even if the drive is not listed. I have downloaded Nero trialware, because it lists this drive. But, before I go further ..install, and see if another one will do it ..and try another ..and another ..alcohol maybe ..whatever. I would like to know if there is one software that will do it all ? 1. save and CD-R (or CD-RW) internet web pages. 2. save and CD-R (or CD-RW) folders of freeware and shareware software I have collected for careful comparison later. 3. save and CD-R (or CD-RW) photographic or web images from my screensaver HypersnapDX or dvd images from my screensaver PowerDVD 4.0 XP. 4. save and CD-R (or CD-RW) streaming audio files from QCD3 player, "quinnware" on the web, including Ogg vorbis, MADD, FLAD, MP3. 5. save and CD-R (or CD-RW) divx files. 6. do stuff, described in the forum, maybe later if I an interested, like play games from a RAM hard drive ! Anyway, my list, is in order of importance. But, I do also want to have "recovery CD's and "boot CD's" for disaster recovery. I forgot that, on "my list". I am such a beginner, at this, I don't even know if I disable "autoplay" in XP Pro I will not be able to boot from CD. I have also been told, at another forum, to "turn off" the mfg's CD-RW program, and at other forums to uninstall it. But, this all seems like a reasonable question, because my computer notebook was replaced, under warranty, partly because the CD-RW drive was useless. I am not going to "tinker" this time. And, there seems to be more expertise, at this forum.