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I have a DVD-RAM Matsushita (Panasonic) LF-D311 (4.7 G; can read cartridge type DVD Ram disks) operating under Windows XP that worked like a normal read/write disk until recently. Now if I try to copy to the drive, without going through the Roxio Creator (7.5) software, the computer crashes, requiring a reboot. I updated the driver from Panasonic, with the same result. I keep thinking that a udf driver would solve this problem because going through creator means I can load and save on the disk through other programs, like word processors, etc. Any suggestions?
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go to control panel> admin tools> services> make sure "IMAPI CD-burning COM" service and any assosiated service is set to automatic.

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