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#27844 8-Nov-2008 12:10
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i havent found a solution yet. question is here http://www.gpforums.co.nz/showthread.php?s=&threadid=329480  cant be bothered writing it all out again.

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  #176823 8-Nov-2008 13:27
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BackNBlack: i havent found a solution yet. question is here http://www.gpforums.co.nz/showthread.php?s=&threadid=329480  cant be bothered writing it all out again.

 

Not suprised if you havent even figured out how to copy and paste....




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  #176830 8-Nov-2008 14:17
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I know how to do that. I mean that on that link it has all things i have tryed, so if some 1 posts the same suggestion it wont waste my time or yours.

 
 
 
 


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  #177066 10-Nov-2008 11:59
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Just buy a new one. You can get a decent one for around $40 these days. Not worth the effort you're going to.

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#177068 10-Nov-2008 12:04
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BackNBlack: i havent found a solution yet. question is here http://www.gpforums.co.nz/showthread.php?s=&threadid=329480  cant be bothered writing it all out again.

Not sure what your problem is, as I can't be bothered clicking the link.







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  #177087 10-Nov-2008 12:54
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LOL @ Tony

But to the OP...   Ive had drives in the past do things like that, just bought a new drive.  Give the old one to a friend and see if they have any luck.




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  #179089 20-Nov-2008 15:06
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xpd: LOL @ Tony

But to the OP...   Ive had drives in the past do things like that, just bought a new drive.  Give the old one to a friend and see if they have any luck.


Yes when you can get a new dvd-rw with dual layer, in the colour you want and sata/ide for around $30 its hardly woth the effort of diagnosing too hard.

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