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Help my internal tdk cd burner is not registering with my windows media player and my tdk is enabled and all and my media player says put in disk and try again

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Go into the control panel and click Device Manager, in classic view. Go into the DVD/CD-ROM drives and right click and in properties go t Driver at the top. Click update driver and follow any instructions. If that doesn't work, try to change the drive name of the drive. I can't remember how to do that but you could ask someone. Hope it helps.

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