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porkytwo

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I am using adobe5 for processing my photo,s also bought the book that explains how to do different things with them (certainly a slow learning curve for a comp illiterate person) I am unable to transfer photos to a disc. Every time I get to the "burn" bit I get a message "no disc detected" So do I assume the drive is knackered or this particular part of Adobe5 isn,t compatable with the disc drive (Pioneer DVD-RW -112D) If its the latter what would u recommend as a replacement? or what button do I press for instant repair! :)
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What burning program do you use?
Did you try different program?
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Hi Broni I did try Nero without success. I did just want to stick to Adobe if possible because I like the program & if I can get it sorted it would save swopping about. The comp system is a few years old built by a friend who has moved out of the area, so if I need to replace the drive it dosn,t owe me anything.
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Try to burn anything, using CDBurnerXP: http://cdburnerxp.se/
This way we'll see, if it's your drive problem, or your other program(s) fault.
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