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No burning device???

I have an issue with burning DVDs using PowerCinema.
The installation disc is missing, however I managed to temporarily transfer the files to a secondary computer as the computer the original program was stored in would not support it due to lack of memory.
When I attempted to burn the DVDs, the program presented me with an error message saying "There is no burning device connected." Or something to that effect.

This never happened before on the previous computer (Before it's virtual memory became too low.)

Help?

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  • elizabeth375 Aug 27, 2008

    What exactly is it? I'm 15 and I don't know everything. My dad is just hopeless...



    I'm just using a regular laptop with DVD drive. I don't exactly understand what it is it's telling me....



    Help?

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What burning software are you using and what is your burner hardware?

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