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"lost" my burning DVD-rom


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    Kraków my love :)

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IMHO, you need a new drive...
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Could I have get a virus or something? Its strange because both my drives: DVD-writer and CD-rom works if I put in a music-cd or DVD-film.

When I see in "AnyDVD" it says: "AnyDVD is disabled for drive H!" on CD-rom and "AnyDVD is disabled for drive G!" for my DVD-writer. And the same is for burning programs - it is disabled or not showing.

I have Norton Anti Virus - and also run a scan - but it does not find anything.

But I thing is strange since it happens at the same time for both of my drives.
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CD ROM has only one laser, reading laser, and it works.
DVD burner has two lasers, reading laser (works), and burning laser (seems to be shot).
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OK!

But AnyDVD is for reading. And I can read - but AnyDVD is not workin.

I try order a new DVD-writer to see if its going better.

Thanks for the help! :)
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