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Cd Burner Problems

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by shem49b, Dec 21, 2001.

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  1. shem49b

    shem49b Thread Starter

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    My computer is a clone Intel Celeron 667MHz, 64MB SDRAM Memory, 20GB Hard Drive, Floppy Drive, 8MB AGP Video and Sound Card, 52x CDROM, Matsonic MS7308D Motherboard, Windows ME and Microsoft Office 97

    I recently installed a CD Burner 20x 10x 40x, I cant burn Cd at 20x, so I went to 16x then to 12x but I keep getting a system error message...press ctl+del+alt or press any key to continue.But when I do this I loose all my data and I have to start all over again.

    Im a dental assistant and I have to take continue education courses constantly and I really need a burner to help store data. Please help.....
     
  2. $teve

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    welcome to t.s.g shem...............could you write down the exact error message you are getting:)
     
  3. Max19

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    Did you buy blank CDR disks that can burn at those speeds?
     
  4. john_waldrum

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    You may also have to many open programs running at the same time you are trying to burn a cd. Try to burn at a slower speed say 8X or 4X these usually don't take very long.
     
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