DVD-RAM try to burn all the CD / DVD

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  1. JeromeMorrow

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    Hi,

    In my R1F, every time that I put into a flim (DVD) or a data cd, when I try to open it Vista system ask me for a date to burn it.

    How I can solve it? It´s means than I won´t be able to explore any cd ever again?...

    Thanks.

    Pd. In the worst case, colud you recoment me a replacecemt?

    a) A internal one
    b) A external one

    Thanks a lot!:rolleyes:
     
  2. sunny

    sunny Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I had this problem too (it disappeared menwhile)
    Just try to physically remove and plug-in again the dvd-ram. It will work then perfectly, until the computer is shut down. Not elegant, but works
     
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    Thanks a lot, it´s just as you say. :)
     
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    That suggests (but doesn't prove) that uninstalling and reinstalling the device (including drivers) might help.
     
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    Occasionally, hardware accessory items lock out the system or flag up a corruption code.

    Invariably this is easily rectified by simply removing the said hardware, shutting down the machine, followed by a restart without the accessory and again a shut down.
    Only then is it deemed safe to once again add the hardware before another restart.
     
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