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I have just tried to use Windows Movie Maker for the first time in over a year. After joining my clips, when I try to download to a CD I get the message no CD loaded, even though I have loaded one.

About a month a go I had trouble with my CD player it would not load CDs to Windows Media Player. Someone from GTG helped me fix that, could they be related?

Any help would be appreciated.

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have you tried to see if it was set to record

my computer
d drive
make sure its checkmarked
click ok

also in the same properties check to see atuoplay tab
see if drop menu says music files and green dot says prompt me everytime
click ok

check control panel
device manager
are there any yellow or red marks
near cd/dvd/drives
if there are
right click and click on update
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Thank you for your prompt reply.

In my computer, d drive, properties there is no tab for recording. There are three tabs General Autoplay Hardware.

I have tried to update drivers, but wizard could not find a better match.

Autoplay tab followed instructions.

Device manager, no yellow or red marks near cd/dvd drives.

Anything else you can think of?

Thank you for your help.

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