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Which disk to burn file off Hp pavilion ze5700

Please help...which discs do i need to burn a data file of this laptop..its driving me mad...tried cds and now dvd-r (RW) and none work it just keep asking me to insert blank cd which is what im doin...plz help

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First, if you have an ordinary cd, so we can make sure the drive is working. If you've done that or know it's working, it usually depends on the software you're using, whether you pick data cd, or data dvd, etc. See if your drive is working and let me know. Please don't rate this 'til I've solved you're problem.

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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    Jeffrey Pemberton Apr 14, 2008

    I'll have to check to b sure but I think that drive supports CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+R and DVD+RW.

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