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Write to CD

I can play an audio CD, and rip it to Windows Media Player, but I can no longer write CD, whether it be music, data, or photos.

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Hi.
This is common. It usually means the laser diode is too weak to burn the layer on the disc, or the lens has lost it's clarity. This means the optical pickup assembly requires replacement. Probably time to replace the drive.

Mark

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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I read the issue that you are facing at the moment. I am providing you with a link which you can follow
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The issue mentioned on the article does not relate to yours, however if you try the steps mentioned, you should surely get results.

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