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I know that this dosen't directly relate to linux, but was hoping that sombody could help me. I have a USB cdburner, which linux reconizes fine, the only trouble is ...
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    CD Burner Troubles


    I know that this dosen't directly relate to linux, but was hoping that sombody could help me. I have a USB cdburner, which linux reconizes fine, the only trouble is the the burner itself won't reconize that it has a cd in. There is a light in front labeld disc in which when green, indicates that it sees the disk inside. It used to work, but know it just spins the cd for a while, and then goes blank. Everything else works fine. Its not the cd im using, I've tried blank cds, music cds (burned and bought from the store), data cds (burned and bought from the store). None of the cds are scratched. The same thing happens under windows. Does anybody have an Idea of what is going one here??
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    I would guess that the drive is dead
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    *sniff*
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