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Que Fire cd Burner


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I seem to have lost the drivers for this cd burner. it functioned well for some time, and still functions on an E-Mac running ox 10.2.8, but no longer funntions on my Imac. also rrunning 10.2.8. I believe I accidentily moved or erased the drivers but I dont know where to find them or how to reload them. Any Help appreciated
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