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I have k hypermedia dvdr drive and it doesn't recognize blank dvd

My drive won't recognize blank dvds but it will blank CDRs fine. I have went through 4 verizons of nero and nothing seems to help

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Try both a DVD and a CD-R and burn them if they both burn something then the drive does both if it is a combo drive. John

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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