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darlin1937

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I have just purchased new cd-rw discs, i have tried to burn some of my files to the disc using Windows XP and also Roxio easy cd burner. I get the files/folders copied and when it comes to writing them to the cd, i get a dialog box saying the cd could be corrupted..........please try using another

I have tried erasing the cd,but again get the same message.

What am i doing wrong? is there a proper procedure i have yet to try.

I have researched with google and no one seems to approach the subject.

Is it possible to have incorrect cd-rw's?

they are TDK high speed data cd-rw for computer writers.
i have LG CD-RW CED 8080B 8x/4x/32x

PRocedure i followed:
right clik on the file...send to CD-RW drive...the file copies
a window opens FILES READY TO BE WRITTEN TO CD..
the CDwriting wizard opens....within a couple of seconds i get this dialog box


Windows XP home edition SP2

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you

I hope the attachment came thru?

If not i will try again.....
Any help for me?
 

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darlin1937

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I d/l the CDBURNer XP Pro.

and tried to burn a file to the cd-rw but i am getting a message the disc are not writable.

also got this message while trying to clear the cd-rw

please and thank you.
 

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James
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Sounds more like a hardware issue to me. I will see if I can send this to hardware for better assistance.
 
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If the drive burns to CD-R disks OK, its a compatability isue with the CD-RW media.

You have a relatively slow drive that may have problems with fast CD-RW media.

Its not usually a problem for CD-R media, but can be for CD-RW.
 
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