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Can not burn cd on windows media player.

After inserting the cd, it states that there is no disk in drive E, insert blanck cd and windows will detect automaticly. Then when i close the window, the cd ejects.

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Try to use another blank CD
if it is not fixed u can use nero which is a good burning software
Thank U

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