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Dvd-rw I can't burn on dvd-rw disc anymore

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  • Robert Vickers
    Robert Vickers Oct 30, 2008

    i can burn on dvd-r but not rw can someone pls help me

  • Robert Vickers
    Robert Vickers Nov 09, 2008

    if i uninstall those item how can i get them back

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Try this out
go to device manager > uninstall the options under the dvd /cd drives
uninstall the options under ide ata/atapi uninstall the secondary channel and than uninstall the primary channel and than restart the system and than try to burn

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i am sorry but i am just getting the half of ur issue ... all i understand the drive is not reading while burning .. but in normal scenarios does it read cd's or dvd's ?
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