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Unable to record onto a CD

When I try to save something to a CD I get these error messages: "incorrect function" then "You do not have access to this folder, see your administrator for access." I checked the drive's properties and the box that says "enable recording" is checked. I'm out of ideas!

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    Franky_J May 11, 2010

    Are you running as your system's administrator?

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May be u r not login as administrator
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or your method of save on disk may be rong
try nero software for writing on cd.

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