|Can you get into one of the command prompts? I'm thinking that you could then follow the path to the cdrpwd.vxd file in DOS and rename it from vxd to vx- which will disable it. If that allows you to boot normally, rename the vx- file back to vxd in Windows and uninstall Easy CD Creator.|
Alternatively, instead of DOS, you could change the file name using a Live Linux CD (such as Puppy Linux) created on another computer from the downloaded image. You then ensure the CD drive is ahead of the C drive in BIOS and boot to linux with the CD in the drive.
Just noticed exactly the same issue in the next post:
Worth comparing notes (assuming you are not the same person).
Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks