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Cannot copy files to C.d.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by mike B.V., Jan 4, 2005.

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  1. mike B.V.

    mike B.V. Thread Starter

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    Hi. I,m trying to burn ac.d. of a playlist that i have burnt before. I keep getting the following. Window XP home edition.
    " OxCOOD11AB; Cannot copy files to recordable disc."
    Condition ID = OxOOOOOOOO. I have Tried selecting a slower speed, trying a different brand of cd and have no other programs running. Can anybody help ne please?
     
  2. rodeognome

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    You will have to try and burn another cd. Pick any cd with documents or whatever on it and see if you can copy that.

    Is it WindowsXP built in burning program you're using ?
     
  3. kiwiguy

    kiwiguy

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    That sounds like a Windows Media Player error?

    Is that what you are trying to burn from?

    By the way, the error is 0xC00D11AB (they are 0 not O's)
    There is plenty on Google on the error.
     
  4. mike B.V.

    mike B.V. Thread Starter

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    Tried system restore( 3 months back).Can now burn as required.Still don't know what was wrong. Ciuld it have been a windows update ?
     
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