Yes, get a new CD-RW drive. These drives fail after a time, and with a system that old, it's probably long past due.
Also, virtually all DVD burners can also burn CDs.
Windows XP Home, 156 RAM, 2.3 GZ
I had a DVD-reader installed on my computer, but he put them in with
the DVD-R on top, and the CD-RW on bottom. I have switched them, but
now when I click on the "D" drive which is now the CD-RW, I get
the message "D is not accessible; incorrect function"
I right-clicked on "my computer" and chose "manage." Under "storage'
and then under "libraries, the DVD-$ is on top and the CDRW is
I can use my DVD-R, but can't burn CD's. Does someone have a solution?
Thank you, Mary