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Anonymous
November 4, 2004 8:01:17 PM

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I am running an AMD 1400+ with XP Pro SP2.
My problem is that after burning a CD using the XP function, my CD-RW does
not recognize the disc, however the disc is recognized by my DVD reader.

The disc is readable on my daughters' machine which has the XP Home edition.

Bob

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Anonymous
November 4, 2004 8:01:18 PM

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XP native CD burning functions do not normally like CD-RW. You may want to
try Nero or Roxio EZ Media Creator 7.


"Robert Kulp" <pluker@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
news:xftid.64207$OD2.53943@bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
>I am running an AMD 1400+ with XP Pro SP2.
> My problem is that after burning a CD using the XP function, my CD-RW does
> not recognize the disc, however the disc is recognized by my DVD reader.
>
> The disc is readable on my daughters' machine which has the XP Home
> edition.
>
> Bob
>
Anonymous
November 4, 2004 8:01:18 PM

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http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;324129

-----
Nathan McNulty

Robert Kulp wrote:
> I am running an AMD 1400+ with XP Pro SP2.
> My problem is that after burning a CD using the XP function, my CD-RW does
> not recognize the disc, however the disc is recognized by my DVD reader.
>
> The disc is readable on my daughters' machine which has the XP Home edition.
>
> Bob
>
>
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Anonymous
November 4, 2004 8:01:19 PM

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He burned a CD, the drive is CD-RW. Also, I have never had a problem
with CD-RW using XP's native burning functions. It writes to it just
like a CD, but then you can eraase the CD and write to it again.

-----
Nathan McNulty

Yves Leclerc wrote:
> XP native CD burning functions do not normally like CD-RW. You may want to
> try Nero or Roxio EZ Media Creator 7.
>
>
> "Robert Kulp" <pluker@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
> news:xftid.64207$OD2.53943@bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
>
>>I am running an AMD 1400+ with XP Pro SP2.
>>My problem is that after burning a CD using the XP function, my CD-RW does
>>not recognize the disc, however the disc is recognized by my DVD reader.
>>
>>The disc is readable on my daughters' machine which has the XP Home
>>edition.
>>
>>Bob
>>
>
>
>
Anonymous
November 4, 2004 10:56:30 PM

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Yves, once again you churn out bad and/or faulty advice.

The XP native CDR(W) writing tool has no problem whatsoever writing to
a CDRW. None at all. Why would you think it would?

On Thu, 4 Nov 2004 13:03:47 -0500, "Yves Leclerc"
<yleclercNOSPAM@maysys.com> wrote:

>XP native CD burning functions do not normally like CD-RW. You may want to
>try Nero or Roxio EZ Media Creator 7.
>
>
>"Robert Kulp" <pluker@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
>news:xftid.64207$OD2.53943@bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
>>I am running an AMD 1400+ with XP Pro SP2.
>> My problem is that after burning a CD using the XP function, my CD-RW does
>> not recognize the disc, however the disc is recognized by my DVD reader.
>>
>> The disc is readable on my daughters' machine which has the XP Home
>> edition.
>>
>> Bob
>>
>
Anonymous
November 4, 2004 11:42:06 PM

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Give the guy a break. He's trying to help. I have never had a problem
with CD-RW's using the native burning in Windows XP though. The burning
engine was designed by Roxio and fully supports both CDR and CD-RW (but
not CD-ROM because you need a special laser) :) 

-----
Nathan McNulty

NobodyMan wrote:
> Yves, once again you churn out bad and/or faulty advice.
>
> The XP native CDR(W) writing tool has no problem whatsoever writing to
> a CDRW. None at all. Why would you think it would?
>
> On Thu, 4 Nov 2004 13:03:47 -0500, "Yves Leclerc"
> <yleclercNOSPAM@maysys.com> wrote:
>
>
>>XP native CD burning functions do not normally like CD-RW. You may want to
>>try Nero or Roxio EZ Media Creator 7.
>>
>>
>>"Robert Kulp" <pluker@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
>>news:xftid.64207$OD2.53943@bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
>>
>>>I am running an AMD 1400+ with XP Pro SP2.
>>>My problem is that after burning a CD using the XP function, my CD-RW does
>>>not recognize the disc, however the disc is recognized by my DVD reader.
>>>
>>>The disc is readable on my daughters' machine which has the XP Home
>>>edition.
>>>
>>>Bob
>>>
>>
>
>
Anonymous
November 5, 2004 11:53:57 AM

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"Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
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> Give the guy a break. He's trying to help. I have never had a problem
> with CD-RW's using the native burning in Windows XP though. The burning
> engine was designed by Roxio and fully supports both CDR and CD-RW (but
> not CD-ROM because you need a special laser) :) 
>
> -----
> Nathan McNulty

It's not helpful to post responses if you don't know what you're talking
about. And please tell us more about this "special laser" that is used to
create CD-ROMS.
Anonymous
November 5, 2004 12:58:58 PM

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Who says I don't know what I am talking about? You? You don't even
know the difference between the laser required for writing a CD-ROM and
for writing a CD-R or CD-RW. The laser used on a CD-ROM is a high
intensity laser that burns pits as it appers to us or bumps as it
appears to the reading laser. This is completely different than the low
intensity laser used to write CD-R's and CD-RW's which use an organic
die instead of burning pits/bumps into the CD.

I have attempted to connect a real CD-ROM writer (from a friends
recording studio), but never could get it to work. The computer kind of
saw that it existed, but was unable to do anything with it. I know this
wasn't Roxio's fault, but I highly doubt that any computer CD Writing
software can support the methods used to write to a real CD-ROM writer.

-----
Nathan McNulty

Wislu Plethora wrote:
> "Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
> news:#3e$oGvwEHA.1976@TK2MSFTNGP09.phx.gbl...
>
>>Give the guy a break. He's trying to help. I have never had a problem
>>with CD-RW's using the native burning in Windows XP though. The burning
>>engine was designed by Roxio and fully supports both CDR and CD-RW (but
>>not CD-ROM because you need a special laser) :) 
>>
>>-----
>>Nathan McNulty
>
>
> It's not helpful to post responses if you don't know what you're talking
> about. And please tell us more about this "special laser" that is used to
> create CD-ROMS.
>
>
Anonymous
November 5, 2004 3:36:44 PM

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"Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
news:o YbngE2wEHA.1512@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
> Who says I don't know what I am talking about? You? You don't even
> know the difference between the laser required for writing a CD-ROM and
> for writing a CD-R or CD-RW. The laser used on a CD-ROM is a high
> intensity laser that burns pits as it appers to us or bumps as it
> appears to the reading laser. This is completely different than the low
> intensity laser used to write CD-R's and CD-RW's which use an organic
> die instead of burning pits/bumps into the CD.
>
> I have attempted to connect a real CD-ROM writer (from a friends
> recording studio), but never could get it to work. The computer kind of
> saw that it existed, but was unable to do anything with it. I know this
> wasn't Roxio's fault, but I highly doubt that any computer CD Writing
> software can support the methods used to write to a real CD-ROM writer.
>
> -----
> Nathan McNulty
>

Take a pill and calm down. My reference was to your statement, "Give the guy
a break. He's trying to help" which was in reference to another guy's
comment directed at Yves. My suggestion was that *Yves* at least in this
instance, didn't know what he was talking about.
And wtf does making CD-ROMs have to do with anything? I think you'll find
that mass-produced CD-ROMs aren't burned at all--although masters *are*
burned using the process you describe. So there's little or no relevance to
the subject when the discussion is about burning CDs with XP.
Anonymous
November 5, 2004 3:36:45 PM

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Well, I was making a joke about the special laser required for burning
CD-ROM's and then you said I didn't know what I was talking about (at
least that's how I read it), so that's where the CD-ROM burning came in.

Anyways, you didn't specify who you were talking about and I
misunderstood. So sorry if I got frustrated. ;) 

-----
Nathan McNulty

Wislu Plethora wrote:
> "Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
> news:o YbngE2wEHA.1512@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
>
>>Who says I don't know what I am talking about? You? You don't even
>>know the difference between the laser required for writing a CD-ROM and
>>for writing a CD-R or CD-RW. The laser used on a CD-ROM is a high
>>intensity laser that burns pits as it appers to us or bumps as it
>>appears to the reading laser. This is completely different than the low
>>intensity laser used to write CD-R's and CD-RW's which use an organic
>>die instead of burning pits/bumps into the CD.
>>
>>I have attempted to connect a real CD-ROM writer (from a friends
>>recording studio), but never could get it to work. The computer kind of
>>saw that it existed, but was unable to do anything with it. I know this
>>wasn't Roxio's fault, but I highly doubt that any computer CD Writing
>>software can support the methods used to write to a real CD-ROM writer.
>>
>>-----
>>Nathan McNulty
>>
>
>
> Take a pill and calm down. My reference was to your statement, "Give the guy
> a break. He's trying to help" which was in reference to another guy's
> comment directed at Yves. My suggestion was that *Yves* at least in this
> instance, didn't know what he was talking about.
> And wtf does making CD-ROMs have to do with anything? I think you'll find
> that mass-produced CD-ROMs aren't burned at all--although masters *are*
> burned using the process you describe. So there's little or no relevance to
> the subject when the discussion is about burning CDs with XP.
>
>
Anonymous
November 5, 2004 3:52:46 PM

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"Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
news:#AzMgg2wEHA.3144@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> Well, I was making a joke about the special laser required for burning
> CD-ROM's and then you said I didn't know what I was talking about (at
> least that's how I read it), so that's where the CD-ROM burning came in.
>
> Anyways, you didn't specify who you were talking about and I
> misunderstood. So sorry if I got frustrated. ;) 
>
> -----
> Nathan McNulty
>

No problem--makes me feel right at home.
Anonymous
November 6, 2004 1:20:30 AM

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Nathan,
You didn't misunderstand. Wislu Plethora surfaces occasionally to make
nothing but derogatory remarks. I gave him my standard response to his
appearances. Plonk!

Bob


"Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
news:%23AzMgg2wEHA.3144@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
| Well, I was making a joke about the special laser required for burning
| CD-ROM's and then you said I didn't know what I was talking about (at
| least that's how I read it), so that's where the CD-ROM burning came
in.
|
| Anyways, you didn't specify who you were talking about and I
| misunderstood. So sorry if I got frustrated. ;) 
|
| -----
| Nathan McNulty
|
| Wislu Plethora wrote:
| > "Nathan McNulty" <newsgroups@msn.com> wrote in message
| > news:o YbngE2wEHA.1512@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
| >
| >>Who says I don't know what I am talking about? You? You don't even
| >>know the difference between the laser required for writing a CD-ROM
and
| >>for writing a CD-R or CD-RW. The laser used on a CD-ROM is a high
| >>intensity laser that burns pits as it appers to us or bumps as it
| >>appears to the reading laser. This is completely different than the
low
| >>intensity laser used to write CD-R's and CD-RW's which use an
organic
| >>die instead of burning pits/bumps into the CD.
| >>
| >>I have attempted to connect a real CD-ROM writer (from a friends
| >>recording studio), but never could get it to work. The computer
kind of
| >>saw that it existed, but was unable to do anything with it. I know
this
| >>wasn't Roxio's fault, but I highly doubt that any computer CD
Writing
| >>software can support the methods used to write to a real CD-ROM
writer.
| >>
| >>-----
| >>Nathan McNulty
| >>
| >
| >
| > Take a pill and calm down. My reference was to your statement, "Give
the guy
| > a break. He's trying to help" which was in reference to another
guy's
| > comment directed at Yves. My suggestion was that *Yves* at least in
this
| > instance, didn't know what he was talking about.
| > And wtf does making CD-ROMs have to do with anything? I think you'll
find
| > that mass-produced CD-ROMs aren't burned at all--although masters
*are*
| > burned using the process you describe. So there's little or no
relevance to
| > the subject when the discussion is about burning CDs with XP.
| >
| >
!