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Can't Access Drive D

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I just copied my documents onto a CD in the D drive but when I tried to open it I got the message "you do not have permission to access drive D, see your administrator."

This is my personal computer and I do not have any administrator or permissions set, at least none that I set on purpose. :tazz:

Also D drive related, a music CD running through Musicmatch Jukebox cannot be heard even though I can see it is playing. A song played from the hard drive can be heard.
;) And, the same CD can be played through Windows Media Player with no problem in the sound.

Any ideas?
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