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When I go to burn my production, I get a technical error and it has to shut down.

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Hi there,
have you tried to burn your production using a different burning software ... like nero burning rom, sonic record now.

Posted on May 01, 2008

  • David Joseph May 02, 2008

    hi, what is the technical error u are getting??

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