A bit of a mystery needs someone's help.
I use Windows XP and the CD Burning Wizard that comes along with it to make
backups of Quicken files. All worked well until about a month ago when I
started getting an 'insert empty cd-r or cd-rw into the cd-rw drive' error.
Problem is, though, that the disk is defintely not full. It only has 4 files
on it and they are quite small.
I then thought I would get a new disk and format it. I put a new disk in,
go to My COmputrer, Right click on the D: drive, and then hit
'Format'......which produces a 'Cannot read disk' error.
I then noticed that I am not able to see the files on the backup disk. I
took the disk to work and put it in my computer there to see what I could
see. On my work computer I can see the files on the disk.
Any ideas what I may have done to make the drive unreadable/unwritable???
I have a Dell 4600C that is only about 1 year old.
Thanks in advance for your help!