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unable to copy files to dvd


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barthez

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i just installed a DVD burner on my PC which i took out of another computer. It is able to read CDs and i can burn from windows media player but i am unable to drag and drop into the CD drive folder....it says there is a problem when copying the files...i get an option to retry skip or cancel....anyone got any idea wats wrong??
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First and foremost, note that you cannot burn to DVDs through Windows natively, you have to use an application to do so.

From there, it sounds like either a Windows issue (drivers and/or Windows updates) or possibly your DVD burner needs a firmware update.
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ok delete this thread...i just read another topic which gave an answer...next time ill do a search...sorry!!
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Do you get the same result with this

http://www.cdburnerxp.se/download.php
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ill try it out and let you no
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yeh that worked...thanks heaps
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