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Can burn but not read!

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by supersadie, Jan 26, 2011.

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  1. supersadie

    supersadie Thread Starter

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    Hi
    Although my burner is able to burn CDs and DVDs using either NTI or WindowsXP burner, it refuses then to see the disc it has burned!

    Although it saw my empty disc originally, once burned, it can't find it in the drive.

    Then when I come out of windows explorer I get an error message something about 'fail to open fvfj.sxo'

    I look this up and see that this has something to do with malware. I run a full AVG virus check and an online malware check through the Microsoft site. Nothing appears. I then search computer for anything called sxo. Nothing appears.

    Can anyone tell me what the problem might be? It used to all work fine.

    I have XP SP3, Philips burner, NTI cd maker, WindowsXP burner.

    Appreciate your time.:)
     
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  3. supersadie

    supersadie Thread Starter

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    Thanks. I've tried the Fixit which reckoned the disk was unreadable. I then put a different disk in which was fine. That was burned before the problem started so I'm not sure whether it's cured or not.

    I'll try burning something again and test it out.
     
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