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1. Go to Control Panel and open Administrative Tools.

2. Open Component Services and then select Services.

3. Find IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service. I left-click and bring up properties and 'start it from there', but as you will see there are other ways to 'start' it again. I just like to go into properties to learn more about my computers systems.

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