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I can't burn on dvd-rw disc anymore

It's not reading to burn

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  • Robert Vickers
    Robert Vickers Oct 30, 2008

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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 ?
anyways try this
go to device manager > uninstall the dvd/cd drives
delete ede/ata/atapi channels ... both primary and secondary delete the secondary first coz 90% the hard drive is connected in the primary channel and if u uninstall the primary first the system will hang and than restart the system and than try it out and if that doesnt work reply back... we will try some other things

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