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HP Pavillion a712n Desktop PC-CD writable drive space all used up

My e drive which is the writable disc drive does not recognize any blank discs inserted, and cannot cpy to disc. I looked at Properties of the Drive and find that all space is used, no more free space left. (Completely blue graph circle). How can I free up space and enable my drive to writa again? All the enabling actions have been set, yet it wont recognize a blank disc. Thanks. mj_hess2004

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Click on the link below. This is a patch for fixing the registry to recognize CD/DVD drives. Click on the Fixit button for an automatic fix or follow the instructions for a manual registry correction. Best of luck!
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