Question about ASUS CDRW 52X32X52 CRW-5232AS BK RT (CRW5232AQTBLACK) Burner

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Asus CDRW my Asus cdrw was working properly until yesterday when i burnt a cd using the maximum speed. After this i had a message that burning failed. my cdrw does not read any cd not even to talk of writing it tries to reed but it fails evertime

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Sounds like the laser is burnt out. I would replace the drive.

Posted on Aug 17, 2007

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