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"status=nodisc" means there is no media in the drive. Double check that the disk is actually inserted and if not, do so. If so, try cleaning off the laser lens by removing the disk and blowing canned air into the drive, then reinserting the disk. If none of these approaches work, you likely either have a hardware problem or are missing some required ...
I don't know if you're aware of this, but the 14.04 is the newest LTS (Long-Term Support) version that's recommended for most users. Non-LTS versions are only supported for 9 months. The latest LTS image, Lubuntu 14.04LTS, fits on a 700MB CD. It is unfortunate that the Lubuntu 14.10 desktop image is 705MB. I'm not sure, but you might be able to use ...
Actually, when we copy file to CD without burning process in Windows, we just copy the file to windows temporary folder. It will not be permanently written to the CD. Please correct me if I am wrong, but when you move the CD to other computer, the file will not be able to be opened or will not be exist on the CD. Therefore, it would be not absolutely true if ...
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