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Have reached the point of Burning a DVD. the system keeps telling me that it has an error and must shut down. It has repeated this propmlem over and opver reaching from 1% to 62% of compleation before the error appears. Please help i need this presentation by tomorrow.

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Try re installing the driver of the dvd , or go to the HELP desk on your PC so it can run diagnostic test and fix the issue , hope this helps AJ

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