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I've had this problem with two different DVD-RW drives. If I try to burn a data CD, I get, "There is no disk in the drive." My computer recognizes the drive as a DVD-RW drive. I have Windows XP. The computer came with a Toshiba SD-R5002 drive and I installed a Pioneer DVR-115D. Removing the high and low filters in the registry didn't help.
Alright. Seems like Windows, for some reason, doesn't think your drive is able to burn things when trying to deal with this kind of disc.
I'll need further information, like if you use another program to burn music CDs, and what other things might have changed the registry settings. I know of a fix that resolves issues with the Windows version of data CD burning, but it only applies to CD-R and CR-RW drives..
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
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