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Robert, if you'd like, I can move this to our Tips and Tricks area.
Sounds good to me, Steve. Put it under the "really big tips and tricks" section.
I discovered that Roxio Disc Copier needs those files, otherwise when you try to launch Disc Copier, you will get a message to reinstall Roxio. By copying the files CDRAL.DLL and CDRTC.DLL to C:\Program Files\Roxio\Disc Copier 9, then Disc Copier will function, and Premiere Elements won't look there for them.
I don't know if other Roxio modules rely on those files. Hopefully you will remember this post and remember what to do.
Update: This is still a problem with version 4.
Even if you delete or move the CDRAL.dll and CDRTC.dll files, Roxio will repopulate the System32 directory with the CDRAL and CDRTC files the next time you use one of their applications that relies on them.