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Can't Drag Files to Disc to Be Burned

Posted on 2013-05-28
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When putting in a CDR into a CD burner and Windows Explorer pops up allowing the user to drag and drop files to burn to a CD, how come when I do it, nothing is ever copied to the CD?

After dragging a file to Windows Explorer, the file just disappears rather than gets added to the list of files to be burned.
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csandlin--Is this something new?  If so run a System Restore to a date before it started.

From a Command Prompt run SFC /SCANNOW

From a Command prompt manually copy a file to the drive your disc is in.  (ex: copy c:\windows\notepad.exe d:\

If no help, use ImgBurn  http://www.imgburn.com/
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Will try possible solution above and report.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

 
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And the reason was?
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ImgBurn
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