I'm running Windows XP SP2 and I can't seem to copy any files(mp3, wma, wmv, mpeg etc etc) to a cd. Normally I can, but I don't know what happened this time. Here is a description of what I normally do to copy music or videos to a cd.
1. First I download whatever video I want.
2. Then I insert a cd-rw cd into "Drive E".
3. A window pops up and gives me an option to open a yellow folder.
4. I open the folder and there is nothing in the folder, which tells me that the cd I inserted is blank and that's what I want.
5. I "Drag" the video that I downloaded into the blank folder(Drive E).
6. I go to file and click on "Copy these files to CD"
7. The "Welcome to the CD Writing Wizard" window pops up.
8. I click on "Next" to burn the video.
9. Now it says I quote,
"There is no disc in the drive. Please insert a writable CD into drive E:\.
NOTE: A writable CD is a compact disc that can be converted to a conventional or audio cd by a cd recording drive (CD-R or CD-RW). After being recorded, the cd is capable of being used in any computer CD-ROM drive or audio CD player."
Then it gives me the option to go "back, next, or cancel"
I click on Next but nothing happens. I take out the cd that I inserted and put it back in again and click next but no luck. I also have the same problem on my other computer. It does the same thing.
Why isn't it copying? Am I missing some drivers or something? What can I do to fix this?
If there is anything that I can do, please let me know because I'm all out of ideas, thanks.