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Event source = dvd maker .. event id=1001 .. error code=2..version =6.0.6000.16386 ..error code=oxebo2ob88

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  • geckko2 Oct 26, 2008

    will not burn dvds

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It worked on the first dvd i burnt.but failed after that

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Hi,
Un install your DVD burning software , reboot, and then install it clean.
(some programs have it in the start/programs/my DVD program/uninstall and others do not, if not, then go to control panel./add remove programs/mydvd programName
and click uninstall and then reboot .

Thank you and good luck.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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