Originally posted by EricB
it's more than likely that the computer has corrupt files
I would not go as far as to say it's more than likely. Possible, but not more than likely. I've seen numerous burners die simply because of wearing out. While it is completely possible that the drivers for the actual drive are corrupt, it's unlikely that the programs meant for burning are being used all have corrupt files (As far as I know windows uses Roxio plug-ins for burning with explorer, I'm not sure about cyberlink though), that would be a very interesting coincidence seeing as how the computer sounds functional other than the drive's burning issue.