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    Open Device Manager Double-click DVD/CD-ROM drives, right-click the CD-ROM drive, and then click Properties. On the Properties tab, select or clear the Enable digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device check box.
    Describes a fix and a workaround for a problem in Windows XP where you can still access the CD-R/CD-RW drives after you enable the "Prevent access to drives from My Computer" Group Policy setting.
    Describes how to create an autorun CD-ROM using the Visual FoxPro Setup Wizard.
    When you have a computer with more than one CD-R or CD-RW disk drive, only one disk drive may enable you to create compact discs. If you click to select the check box for either the CD-R or CD-RW disk drive that is not enabled, the computer seems to...
    This article describes how to copy a CD-ROM when you are using Microsoft Windows XP. When you use Windows XP you can record a CD-ROM, but Windows XP does not have the user interface (UI) to enable you to copy another CD-ROM. To Copy a CD-ROM To copy a...
    When you attempt to play an audio CD-ROM, audio output may seem scratchy or distorted. This behavior can be caused by a slow read speed of the audio data from the CD-ROM drive. To resolve this behavior, enable Direct Memory Access (DMA) for your...
    Describes a problem where you may be prompted to restart your computer when you disable and re-enable a USB mass storage device.
    Describes a problem that occurs when you use DVD-RAM media in a combination DVD-RAM/CD-RW drive.
    This article describes the functionality of the CD recorder feature that is included in Windows Server 2003. You can use the Windows Server 2003 CD recorder to write data to a CD-Recordable (CD-R) disc, or write and rewrite data to a CD-Rewritable...
    When you try to publish with Movie Maker to a CD-ROM, you may receive an error message that is similar to the following error message:

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