re: You didn't wrote the exact error message
Actually, I did mention the exact error message.
As I said:
the Wizard sits there for a while, opens the drive again and tells me that there is no CD in the drive. I then have to close the door and click Next in that "error" window.
Here is, in detail, what happens on every machine I use, whether it has a built in CD writer or an external USB writer.
1 - The files are written to the CD
2 - The CD Drive opens
3 - The Wizard asks if you want to write the files to another CD
4 - I insert a new CD and close the drive
5 - I then click Yes and Next.
6 - The Wizard pauses for about 5 seconds, then opens the drive and pops up the window that says "There is no CD in the Drive, please insert a writable CD."
7 - I close the drive again, click Next and the CD is written
If I don't close the door and click Yes...Next when the Wizard asks me if I want to write the files to another CD, I will obviously get the "No CD in Drive" message, but it happens immediately and saves the 5 second delay that the Wizard causes.
This will happen every time I want to "write the files to another CD", which can get pretty annoying when writing the files to 30 plus CD's. I have yet to find a way to write the files to another CD without having to deal with the "No CD in Drive" message.