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How to copy to cd

I put cd-r in  but when i try to record from an mp3 file it doesnt recognize the "device" being recorded to.
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Check that your drivers are properly working, and if they are...see if it will play a regular cd. If both of those work, but it still won't recognize the device, then you've probably got a faulty or burned out CD burner

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