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Problem with Mitsumi CR-48X9TE

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Old 02-04-2009
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Problem with Mitsumi CR-48X9TE
  

Hi All!

I am having a Mitsumi CR-48X9TE & having a problem with CDRW drive doesn't read any CD's that go in there for some reason application CD's it will autorun but it will work perfectly with the CDR on it when i put it in the DVD driveit will Show all the content of the disc.

But was thinking of need to update the driver I tried looking on net but cant find it.

Please Help!

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Re: Problem with Mitsumi CR-48X9TE

Optical drives never require a driver when used in any Windows os from 95 up. Windows XP provides native support that allows this drive to read a data or music disk and to burn a cd-r disk.

Please state what the problem is and include some details.
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Re: Problem with Mitsumi CR-48X9TE

You can download the driver directly from the link

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