I am trying to install Microsoft Visual Studio 2003. I run Windows XP/SP2. My CD (LightScribe 16X DVD RW + CD RW) is exhibiting some really strange behavior. When I startup my computer, the O/S recognizes and reads the contents of whatever disk is in the CD player, and shows the contents in Windows Explorer (as expected). When I start the installation of VS 2003 from my CD, the installation program runs, and then asks me for the second disk (as expected). When I put in the second disk, I get an error stating that the system cannot locate any files on the disk, Explorer shows the disk as 0 bytes with 0 bytes free. If I reboot, the system can read this disk, showing that it has all of the appropriate contents. This problem exists for all CD's that I have tried, in that the first disk reads OK, but second and subsequent disks are unreadable (although they are all correctly formatted and have data). My CD player is on the primary IDE controller and the jump switches are set to MASTER. The secondary IDE controller has 2 IDE Hard drives, both of which are operating correctly. When I look at my system information, the system tells me that the CD is operating correctly. The CD/DVD player is XP compatible and uses the ATAPI CD driver provided by Windows XP (no updates available or required). What do you think the underlying problem is and how do I fix it??? Thanks...
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