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DVD ROM/CD-RW Drive

Lately my CD drive stopped allowing me to record data onto a CD-RW disk. I can record onto a CD-R disk though. My drive is a Re-Writeable drive, but CD-RW disks that I've recorded data onto before can no longer be used to record onto. Data will start to record, then it will stop, give me an error message, and eject the disk. Any insight would be appreciated.

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  • cory70 Sep 02, 2008

    Thanks for the help. I ended up replacing the drive.

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Try to roll back the driver , if that doesn't work go to the manufactures web site and download the driver . if it still doesn't record install the drive in another computer and if it doesn't work then it maybe a bad drive itself

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