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my cd/dvd drive has been messing up lately. i tried burning a dvd a bit ago and the program says the drive is in use by another application but there is not another application using it. also i tried using SONIC and it said that the drive is not detected but when i go to device manager it says that the drive is workin properly. any help??
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This post isn't very clear. You're burning something with another program before you use Sonic, so what are you using before Sonic? And how do you know there isn't another application using it? Windows tends to lock the disc if the burn goes wrong and sometimes all you can do is restart the system to unlock the drive. Device Manager is as useful as a chocolate fire-guard in situations like these.
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i tried using sonic but it says there is no drive detected. then i tried using nero and it said the drive is in use by another application. and i did try restarting my computer but it did the same thing.
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