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alan hughes Posted on Dec 23, 2006

Burner not rcognised

Hi, please don't confuse me! My WMP 11 and past WMP10 would not recognise my burner. Is ther a missing file or etc that I should have or is my burner not comatible with WMP?

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Wmp is not a very good choice for burning disks, try nero alcohol 120%, goo media center, or roxio easy dvd creator, when you say it won't recognize the drive what exactly is the issue, what errors do you see, they are there for a reason, they provide information that can potentially solve the problem for you, also what operating system and the brand/model of the burner would be useful in trouble shooting the problem.

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