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Mehdi

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I was trying to copy images to my cd today and this D:\ is not accessible came up...i dont understand why because i had burned a cd just a day before? can someone please help me
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Facedown98

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Hi. Have you made any changes to your system recently? Have you tried running a system restoration?
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I havent made any changes...i tried uninstalling the drives and installing them again but no result
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Have you tried running a system restoration?
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no how do i do that
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Sorry, here are the instructions... Click on Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> System Restore. A new window will appear. Make sure that "restore my computer to an earlier time" has a bullet point next to it, and click next. You will now see a calendar. I want you to go back to yesterday. When you click on the day, you will see a list of times. Pick the one that best suits you. Click on next. You will now see a confirmation screen. Confirm that the date and time are correctly set, and click on finish. Your computer will now restart. Just before resetting, you will see a progress meter, showing you the restoration process. It may take a few minutes, so be patient. The computer will then restart, and with any luck, when you login, you will be back to normal. Good luck to you.
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