I bought an original cd but found out that even if i own the cd and have paid for it, i am still unable to import the sound clip into windows movie maker because of the prompt: "cannot be imported protected by digital rights management"...it is quite unfair to be unable to share the sound clip (not a video). Many thanks in advance for all your kind help. :)
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There is a tiny hole on the front panel of the CD/DVD unit. Push a paper clip in it and it should release the latch and allow you to open the door and retrieve your burned disk. Sometimes this is a one time glitch, I would blow some compressed air into it to remove any dust.
it could be upper and lower filters in registry and system files, use a removal tool called filtercheck 4.6 in CDR-zone.com (goto the forums and search for filtercheck) after you downoad, run it, click yes to all filters found to remove. close program.
reinstall your preferred burning app (1 prog installed at a time and test burn) this is to replace the filter entry that was corrupt
I suspect you need to perform a little Registry surgery. Sounds suspiciously like an upper and lower filter and /or driver problem. See link below for instructions http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060
Although other things may cause your problem, it definitely will not hurt to install a clean driver.
Note: Registry edit is needed to properly re-install driver
in the world the cd dvd creaters are using a new format of cd dvd making old players obsolite due to piracy these new cd dvds are becoming a pain a way they make you go out and purchase new players with updated formats
i found this out a few months ago when i bought a dvd from store it wouldnt work in a 7 month old dvd player so i got to thinking about it put in older cd that worked did a little investigating i want to know why new cd dvds werent working low and behold i found a tech site for the cd dvd compile build formats there it was piracy is getting knocked out by new cd dvd format this is so you cant copy direct to or from disks
if you can try to find older disks cause the new disks could be whole problem
I'm not sure if you've already done these things or not, but this is what I would do:
Reboot and enter the BIOS setup. There should be an indication on the screen of how to enter the BIOS setup during the startup. It's typically something like the Delete Key or Function Key.
Check to see if the BIOS recognizes the CD-RW drive. If it does then your problem is most likely in Windows. If the drive is not visible in the BIOS then a number of things are possible. Is the drive set to Master, Slave, or Cable Select? Is it on the right setting? Have you tried both of the IDE connectors?
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