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Well wombat, removing files from the Registry should not have hurt your drive, but probably screwed up alot of other files because alot of programs share dll's and other pertinent Info. Try opening your Windows Explorer and clicking on MY COMPUTER. If your drive is listed there than your ok. go to your Drive Letter for your DVD and right click on it. Click Properties and see if it is Activated. If Not click on the box and activate it to Record. Hope that does it for ya. Good Luck.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
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