I’m running windows XP and using the standard CD Burning wizard that comes with the OS.
The issues started when I was trying to burn some CD’s. Every time I insterted a blank disk and clicked on my D drive I would get the following error:
D:/not accessible - incorrect function
After looking around the net I found one possible solution, which was right clicking the D drive, going to properties, selecting the recording tab, and checking the “Enable CD Recording On This Drive” box. As it turned out the “recording” tab was not there, so I was stuck.
I found a solution to that problem by editing the registry with instructions from this link:
It worked and I now had the recording tab available. I checked the “Enable CD Recording” box and thought this was the end of my issues. I could now open the D Drive when there was a blank CD in there, drag files into the window, and begin the burning process.
However, at this point the CD burning wizard gave me a new error:
“There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into the drive.”
I’ve tried using different CD’s. Even different CD brands. I’ve tried uninstalling the D Drive from hardware manager and then rebooting. I even took the disk burner out and swapped it with a spare and still got the same error.
So now I’ve run out of ideas. Can anyone help me out here?