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mitch12334534

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Hey i have some problems with burning discs. When i try to burn an audio cd in nero it copies about 50% then it says "invalid block address'. This is a really annoying problem and i can't seem to fix it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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hi,


have you tried to uninstall nero and then re-installing

cheers...xxx1
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Yes i have tried to uninstall then reinstall it but it did not seem to fix the problem.
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use a different program like roxio or something
see if it works.
put a dvd in it and see if it works
if it doesnt.....
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I have tried using a another program but it still doesn't work. I have tried using the same cd on another computer using nero and it worked so i still cant find a solution. Any ideas much appreciated
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Hey i tired using another program and it didn't work. I also used the same cd on another computer using nero and it worked so i still can no solution. Any ideas would be much appreciated
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Well, you've got three possibilitied: Software problem, bad disk, or burner problem. We've ruled out software and a bad disk. It sounds like the burner is starting to go bad.
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