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Solved: My CD Dr will not delete or drag & drop to add . .

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by BravoRoc, Dec 22, 2010.

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  1. BravoRoc

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    I am having problems with my CD or DVD-RAM drive. It won't allow me to drag and drop and it won't allow me to delete info from the disks even if it is a RW DVD disc.
    I can erase it with the Sonic program, but I cannot simply delete or add info to these discs, even from my Desktop.
    I want to be able to drag and drop items from my desktop to the disc to save it and I cannot. How can I fix this issue?
    roc

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  2. Mohhand

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    Try using any type of burning software!
     
  3. Mohhand

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    Even Roxio!
     
  4. Hughv

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    A lot of people find packet writing and RW disks to be unreliable.
    Just use DVD-R disk and burn with Sonic and your problems will go away.
     
  5. BravoRoc

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    OK, folks. Thanks so much for your help. I will try DVD-R and see what happens there.
    Thanks again, have a very merry, merry Xmas.
    roc
     
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