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ok well im new 2 this and im also a bad speller lol.....

i have a windows me .... and i used to have another cd burner but it broke so now i have a toshiba sd-m1502 .......

when i try to burn a cd using windows media player 9 i get this

(No devices capable of burning disks were found on your system. Please check your hardware and drive connections and try again)

it reads other audio cds and other stuffs but it doesnt burn cds....

one more thing it says using Roxio CD Burning

please help ......
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If this is a newer burner it may not be on the recognized list of burners in your version of Roxio. There may be some way of adding it to the list. I would start by going to the websites for Roxio and the CD burner maker
and seeing if they can help. You may be able to add it by just editing a list. Also there are some forums just dedicated to burning, they will have very good info on this sort of problem. Windows ME is not longer supported by Microsoft so I doubt they will be much help to you unless they have a Knowledge Base item about it.
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If you cant find any other way, you could always take Roxio off the computer and install Nero 6 on. Nero seem to work on a wide variety of burners.


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