Windows media player does everything but burn cd"s

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hisbeauty4ashes

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Hi I have an Hp Pavillion 8.1 64 Bit 4 gig memory. My windows media player does everything fine but it won't burn cd's. I have tried fixing any errors by running CKHDK scan. I tried doing the windows fix on the windows help pain and noting.

Can someone please give me a hand

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hisbeauty4ashes

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I downloaded it and I cannot seem to import my music library. Is that the problem is the media player or hardware.
 

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It says "Don’t delete the sub-folders".

It means to delete the files inside the Media Player folder, but not the folders. And not the files inside those (sub) folders either.


 

hisbeauty4ashes

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:eek: Okay this is weird! I did eactly what the link said to do and my whole computer totally went into a whole recovery you know like when you first buy it. Why the heck did it do that?:confused::eek::mad:
 

hisbeauty4ashes

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Oh okay well it went back to the desktop so all is good. I then tried to burn a cd got a no go. I think it has to do with the hardware any help on that would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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I've never used Windows 8.1 and never will, so I can't address any issues with it.

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Can you burn anything else, like simple files or documents, anything that doesn't involve Windows Media Player?
 
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