Sonic dla updating
Go to Add/Remove programs in control panel, then look for Record Now and/or Sonic (Sonic DLA should also be present), if this is the case then you may need to remove all of these applications.
Recordnow and Sonic ARE NOT REQUIRED to burn CD(s)/DVD(s) as Windows has its own burning utility, if you need one go for NERO!
This allows files on the disk to be updated, extended, or deleted.
DLA proved to be incompatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 and Roxio Burn was issued to replace it.
Executable files may, in some cases, harm your computer. Therefore, you should check the process on your PC to see if it is a threat. In process explorer it is even not possible to 'verify' this shit.I just installed IE 8 and it told me the add-on was not compatible and that I should search for an update.My belief is that IE 8 is crashing for some of you becuase you do not have the update.Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the on your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windows operating system or to a trusted application. We recommend Security Task Manager for verifying your computer's security. Crashes , super slow , programs nonfunction or malfunction , startup/shutdown glitches. That's the kind of stuff I would like to clean off if I didn't have to write a CD once every two years.The process known as Drive Letter Access Component or Direct Access Component or Sonic DLA belongs to software Sonic DLA or IBM DLA or DLA or HP DLA or Drive Letter Access Component or Roxio DLA by Sonic Solutions ( or VERITAS Software ( Along with Norton internet security packages 20, it will cause blue screen of death.I'm not quite sure what it is, but I think it's necessary.dlashx_is a library program for DLA (Drive Letter Access) that works with Roxio Creator (and/or Sonic Solutions) "Record Now" software to permit drag & drop of audio or data files onto a CD or DVD contents folder for immediate burning.I have never used DLA to copy a file directly from the browser to a CD's contents as the CD is burned.I plan to disable this feature in the IE browser only, and leave it available as an option for the Roxio burning software in my Windows XP system.I'm looking for a solution to get it to work in Firefox also.. Causes my IE to crash everytime I click on favourites. It is possible the Mad Dog company is closing; I cannot access their web site for further information.This situation presents lots of scary scenarios and what-ifs.