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D:\ is not accessible incorrect function

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DKN, Oct 10, 2004.

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    I use Windows Explorer(Using Windows XP) to save files to a cd-r. When I want to save files to a cd-r, all I do is insert the cd-r, copy the files to D drive, and click on "Write these files to the cd", then I'm allowed to add more files or use the files on the cd. Now when I insert a cd-r in and go to my D drive it says "D:\ is not accessible incorrect function", well for a blank cd it says that. With a cd-r with files already on it, I cannot add files to the cd because it says the cd is read only even though it's not. Before this happened I used Roxio for the first time to see how it burned files to a cd. But the program doesn't seem to let cds be readable to other computers that don't use Roxio. I just want to use Windows Explorer again and get rid of that error message. Maybe Roxio is causing this problem...I'm not sure. :confused:
     
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    the update didn't fix the problem.
     
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