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I've been trying to burn music with windows media player into my my CD without success. When I try burning I will receive message like " turn your burner on, or insert a CD, even though there is a CD in the CD drive.

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Hello there!
Your burner can't recognize CD.
You should restart your computer, or try to burn different mark of CD (Verbatim, Princo, etc.).
Sincerelly,
Steve TM

Posted on May 28, 2011

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