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your best bet is to burn a recovery disk to a back-up DVD and then do a full format of the drive D. then make sure to download a good anti-spyware program so that you will not have the pop-up problem again.
If you connect to the internet and reboot the machine, the computer will sense the "new" hardware and search for a driver for it. When it finds the appropriate driver, it will load and configure it. If it has trouble doing this, you can go to the Dell support site and put your model number in the text box and search their drivers file. The link is below.
beware if you r trying to delete partitons coz you will loose all datas. better u take back up n try this method. rt. click on my computer then click manage there u select disk management where u will find ur partions dont do anything to c drive other drives can be deleted n created as per ur requirement. BE CAREFULL ALL UR DATA WILL BE LOST....
My name is ArmyMason, I am here to help you. So you have an issue burning music to CD's. What is the format of the music? MP3, WMA, or WAV? Is the music protected by copyright in which doesn't allow you to burn it to CD? Right click on the song and click properties you will be able to see if its copyright protected there. Also some burning software only works with newer CD drives. I had an issue once burning a DVD with this software I bought because the DVD player wasnt supported. Once I upgraded the DVD Burner I was able to burn DVD's. Those are the only things that could be stopping you from burning music.
Musicmatch Jukebox Plus went out of business. They recommended a switch to Yahoo. You can, however, still tag your library collection. You can also use Windows Media Player to ps.lay, organize, and tag your song