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HP D530 CDRW problems

I'm having trouble burning cds. I don't have the settings too high for quality or speed but I keep getting an error message saying I need to use a different brand of CDR. Is there a specific brand name that works for this model PC. It never completes a full burn always rejects

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  • Beatmaker Jun 27, 2008

    I have tried Sony, Memorex and I do have it set at a lower speed. The Sony was a CDR pro and the Memorex was a CRDW both ended with the same result

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    HAAi May 11, 2010

    Hi!



    What type of CD are you using now? Have you tried other CD brands? What's the speed rate of your burning process? Try to lower it down if possible (ex. 8x or 4x maybe).

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HI there

If u hav an old system try using lower cdrw 4x probably.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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