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My internal cd burner is no longer recognized!

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I have burned cds several times before without a problem. Now, all of a sudden, windows media player tells me I have to connect a burner when I have an internal cd burner. iTunes also says it cannot find the hardware or software to burn a cd. What happened???? On the device manager, it says the device driver is installed but the hardware cannot be found. Why not? I don't understand why this happened and I can't burn any cds anymore. Pleaase help,<=(

Edited by ALM347, 13 April 2009 - 08:45 PM.

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Drive has failed, time to replace it
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