cd burner

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by darren, Jun 30, 2003.

  1. darren

    darren Guest

    cannot burn cds using media player anymore. a freind of
    mine turned the cd burner off and i dont know how to turn
    it back on. all it says when i try to burn a cd is it
    cannot find cd recorder. can anybody help. thanks
    ..
     
    darren, Jun 30, 2003
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  2. darren

    Oris berg Guest

    I know from nothing. Get Adaptec 4.2 (or higher) or Roxio,
    they were designed for burn in. Forget about "one size
    fits all Programs"
     
    Oris berg, Jul 1, 2003
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  3. darren

    Chris [MSFT] Guest

    Actually, you can go into "my computer" -> right click on your cdrw drive
    -> properties. Go to the tab that says recording, and enable cd burning
    there.


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    I know from nothing. Get Adaptec 4.2 (or higher) or Roxio,
    they were designed for burn in. Forget about "one size
    fits all Programs"
     
    Chris [MSFT], Jul 1, 2003
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