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Debian.DS

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Hello everyone! My drive doesn't recognize DVDs I've burned. It used to but it doesn't anymore. Now I can't backup data because the DVD doesn't showup on my PC. But my DVD player does recognize the burned DVD.
I have no clue what to do. If anybody can help I'll apreciated.
Thanks alot.
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OK I'm confused a little. How can the drive recognize a burned dvd if the drive itself is not showing on your computer?
Is the drive seen in My Computer?
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My drive does show up on my pc but the burned DVD does not. I'm using Nero 8.3.2.1 as my dvd burner. My drive works fine because it reads everything else I put in it. I'ts just the dvds I burn that don't showup on my pc.
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Usually, this is one of the first signs of failing drive...
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Even if it works fine with other dvds and cds. I mean, I can watch movies, play games, listen to music, everything works fine, it's just the burned dvd.
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Try to burn some DVD, using different program, like free DVDFlick: http://www.dvdflick.net/
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I'll try it and i'll let you know.
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Cool :D
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