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A few months ago, I was trying to copy data to a CD and it failed (I don't remember why).  The next time I started my computer, there appeared a "pop up" message on the task bar stating that I had files waiting to be written to CD.  I clicked where it said I should to view the files and it brought up a blank explorer screen for the CD drive.  I tried deleting the temporary files, and that's when I got the message.  I worked on it for a few hours, to no avail and gave up.  Now I realize that I need to resolve this because any time I want to write anything to CD, I cannot because of this file.  I tried searching my computer (including hidden files and folders) but it's never found.  I went to cmd to try to find it, but I have no idea where it could be.  Please help!
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