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I can write cds and dvds and when you go to the disk drive on my computer you can see the items on the disk but when i remove the disk and then put it back in the drive does not read the disk for some reason just wondering what i should do i think ive still got warranty but need to find the reciept

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If u trying to read another cd...
if can read..

mayb u write the cd speed to high..

if u write the cd speed to high and u cd drive speed is lower , u cannot open that...because your cd drive speed is low..

try to write cd use a lower speed,its mayb can be read..

happy trying.

good luck

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