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I'm trying to burn a program to a cd but my computer keeps saying there is no disk in the drive. I tried another file and it keeps saying the same thing. Two days ago I copied files to it but now it won't recognize that there is one in there. Your help would be greatly appreciated!

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hi,first thing i would try is going to device manager cd/dvd section right click on the drive info and uninstall the drive ,and reboot computer to have windows reinstall drivers for the drive

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Have you check the BIOS to see whether the CD/DVD drives is connected? If not than you may have to check the cable connection or the power source cable. Than follow caperject's instruction.

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Does it recognize a used cd? just to be sure it's still working as read...

CD drive you mean? It should provide the cable connection is proper and CD drive is in working condition.

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CD drive you mean? It should provide the cable connection is proper and CD drive is in working condition.

I mean did he try to use another cd that has content in it (not blank) and see if the drive can still read the files inside the cd...

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Than in that case. You could clean your CD/DVD ROM with a CD cleaning kit. If it still cannot read any CD/DVD. You may have to get a new CD/DVD drive.

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