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Burning photo cd

I am trying to copy my photos onto a Sony CD-R disc and my computer does not recognize that there is a disc in the correct drive. Any suggestions?

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Reboot and go into your BIOS.(F1, ESC, F2, F10... something) I don't know your computer or motherboard.  Make sure your bios is seeing the ide drive.  check your jumpers on the back of your drives so that one is master and one is slave.  Sometimes they are setup as CS or cable select and you tend to have problems with this.
After that just highlight in windows explorer what pics you want and right click and send to cd drive or whatever it says.  
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