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No burner is currently available or you don't have the rights to access the burner. This pops up when opening a burning program like nero or cyberlink power 2 go. It only takes 20 seconds when you press burn and nothing is encoded or burned on the cd. It used to burn no problem.

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Remove battery, unplug power and hold power button down for 30 seconds. this will reset factory settings but will not remove any programming.

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Why Hyjack others post. or copy 2009 posts.
what PC, what OS.
Nilesh Pawar wants more answers to this question


Burning any CD or DVD can fail for vast numbers of ways
even XP full of VIRUS tops my list

  1. Infected PC, IF XP sure it is !
  2. Bad burn media ( op never even said this so.. why copy him:?_
  3. Bad CD /DVD drive, or cant do DVD-R or CD-R disks.
  4. BAD PC< all parts in pC must be good,.
  5. not using free imgburn program. (best of best and FREE)
  6. and more ask. tell more get more.

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