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    "no Drive Detected"

    OK Brendon, I really appreciate your help. I will test the Memorex discs and see how it perform. Meanwhile I will go shopping for a better brand blanks. Thanks so much Brendon! :-)
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    "no Drive Detected"

    Thanks Brendon! That's what I suspected all along, but wasn't so sure what the problem is. The other day I was looking at this DVD/CD Burner: ASUS 24X DVD Burner - Bulk 24X DVD+R 8X DVD+RW 12X DVD+R DL 24X DVD-R 6X DVD-RW 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-R 24X CD-RW 48X CD-ROM Black SATA Model DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS. Sells for about $20.00. Think that would be the right choice? I really appreciate your help :-) Toymaker1
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    No Learning Center

    Hi Gigital Guru, thanks for replying my message. I did checked the preferences, and nothing like you said about enabling learning center. Toymaker1
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    "no Drive Detected"

    Hi Brendon, thanks for replying my message. My DVD model is: PLDS DVD-ROM DH-16D8S SCSI CDROM. Hope this will help resolve my issue. Toymaker1
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    "no Drive Detected"

    Hi! I hope someone can solve an issue I’m having. I’m running Windows 7 Pro x64. Recently I paid, download, and install Roxio Creator NXT 5. I had no issue with the downloading and installation. The first thing I wanted to do is to create an Acronis Media Builder (a bootable rescue media). The blank disc I was using is Memorex DVD-R. I then use the Roxio Creator NXT 5 “Burn Disc Image” on main board to burn the ISO file until I notice something went wrong in an attempt to burn the ISO. On the main board where ISO file was selected at the right side (copy To) states “No drive detected). But on the Information Board the top part of the board shows it has located the correct PLDS DVD ROM (E:). But then again at the bottom of the white board shows the same result – “No disc”. Anyone had any idea why this is so? Thanks! Toymaker1
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