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Re: [vox-tech] CDR annoyance

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On Sunday 24 November 2002 08:24 pm, Rod Roark wrote:
> CD burners frequently go bad.  I did have one that would not
> recognize that a disc was in the drive, which looks similar
> to your problem here.
> You might try seeing if it will _read_ a CD.

A Creative drive I had was like that. Only worked on the blue 650MB CD-Rs. 
Creative refused to RMA it, saying that I needed to use high quality disks.

My Yamaha has given me not trouble yet. BTW, Don't buy Audio CDRs, the RIAA 
gets part of the price (which is more expensive) of those. They are for audio 
recording devices (that refuse to record to data CDRs), IE, cd players thet 
let you burn mixes.

RMA/return your drive, and get a well reputed brand ike yamaha or plextor. I 
think Lite-On is good too.

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