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CD/DVD Driver Problem


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SunnydaleSpike

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Hi all,
I am having problems with my CD/DVD burner drive. I checked the Windows troubleshooter and searched some topics here on the forums, but none of those attempts corrected the problems. I uninstalled the driver and restarted to no avail. I have this drive since I purchased my PC nearly a year ago and it has always work correctly. I checked the IDE cables to make sure nothing was loose, and also the drive knows what in the tray (icon reads "CDR/DVD-R" etc. when I put in a new disc) but when I click the drive it shows the error message:
"E:\ is not accessible, Incorrect Function"
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks
Ryan
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http://support.micro...kb;EN-US;315350 <---see if you match any of the criteria here


if not..try this
Right-Click on the drive w/ the problem
Properties
Recording Tab
and then check the "Enable CD Recording On This Drive" box.
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Problem solved with the "Enable CD Recording" tab.
I have no idea how that became disabled...

Thanks!
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