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My windows media player 11 wont burn?

My player was burning fine then for know reason will not detect my burner,and refuses to eccept i have a cd in drive. i have made sure it is enabled and that my burner is on. I deleated all i had down loaded to make sure system was as it was before the problem please can you advise many thanks Charlie.

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  • charlieallso Dec 29, 2008

    Thanks Joolin for trying, however tried that before who ever cracks this will make an awful lot of people happy there are hundreds on knowledge base with same problem. best wishes Charlie.

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Deleting files will not completely restore your system to a previous state. To do that, you will need to use System Restore, which will completely restore your system to its state at a specific date. Try using System Restore to reset your computer to the most recent date before the problem came up. Here is Microsoft's guide to using System Restore:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/learnmore/systemrestore.mspx

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