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Windows xp home crashes whenever I try to erase a disk
Install nero then then have a try.....
as i think the lens has bcame weak... so if are good at opening.. then open the drive with the door ejected and remove the rubber belt connecting the dc motor & clean the lens by using the white petrol or spirit... then fully clean all obstacles inside & refit all including rubber belt then try erasing ...
it should work ...
if u are not good at opening then take the drive to technician then just have clean ... anyway he will not charge u much for that ...
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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It is the re-recordable version of the DVD+R
and everything that was said about the DVD+R is valid for the DVD+RW. Only the
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