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<_< I have a btc 5232 cd burner. It worked fine with easy cd creator and windows xp media player. After installing the nero software that came with it became about as usefull as a rock. The drive registers but will not read any media of any type. I receive the error message no media items present or device not ready. Any help would be appreciated.
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This has become very common after installing more than one CD burining program on a system. Try removing all burning software, reboot, and then choose ONE to reinstall. Let us know how it works <_<
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I HAVE TRIED UNINISTALLING ALL BURNING PROGRAMS AND INSTALLING ONLY EASY CD CREATOR AND I STILL AM NOT GETTING ANY RESULTS. I ALSO UPDATED MY FIRMWARE FROM THE BTC WEBSITE ALL TO NO AVAIL STILL HOPING FOR A SOLUTION THANKS. <_<
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Then I'd guess installing Nero was just a coincidence. You probably need a new drive.
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