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Alright i'll insert a cd in but both my Windows and real saids there aint a cd in the Drive is there anyway too fixed that? It's also a Cd burner too

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What type of cd did you insert ?

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just a Music one right now still trying too get it too work i have rolling stones in my drive but it wont boot up it's starting too make me mad would u know why its not working?

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The CD doesn't work answer.

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"The highest failure rate we see on computers these days is the failure of the CD drive. It is very common. When they break the low prices of new ones make it less painfull than it used to be when they were $100+. You can get a new CD-RW for as little as $25-50 these days, that is what you probably need to do now. You can try cleaning yours with a cleaning kit, but that usually doesn't work.

- Posted by: JMarchi Posted on: 02/20/2004 5:34 AM"

The list I use.


1. CD Lens cleaner.
2. Different make of media.
3. Update the flash of the CDRW. Please don't ask me how since you just follow how the maker tells you to. My answer can't apply to the bazillion models out there.
4. Update the CDRW software.
5. And the LAST SECRET KILLER TEST I do if the user thinks the CDRW should work and doesnt?

I get a KNOPPIX CD, boot that and try K3b to record the CDR. More about that at http://tips.oncomputers.info/archives2004/0401/2004-Jan-11.htm

Or you just get a new CDRW...

Bob

- Posted by: R. Proffitt Posted on: 02/20/2004 10:26 AM

And for those that really want to know why, the CDROM repair FAQ at http://www.bithose.com/serfaq/REPAIR/F_cdfaq.html

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