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alandemartino

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Hi, I have a problem with my cr-writer. When I burn an audio compilation and then try the cd it seems as though it was written in a defective way. Let me make myself more clear... After I burn the audio cd (I don't get any errors), I eject the cd and put it in the CD drive, the tracks aren't heard well (as though as the cd is dirty - from 00:01s skips to 1:03s within the same track) i.e. messes up the whole tracks.
Do you have any suggestions please?

Thanks

Edited by alandemartino, 20 March 2006 - 05:18 AM.

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Hey there alandemartino

Maybe its not your harware giving you problems. What program are you using to burn the cds??? Have you tried puting the CD you created into a diffrent source (CD Player)

Let me know :tazz:
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Infact now I don't think it's a hardware problem cause other compilations (software/mp3) are burnt well. No, i havn't tried to put it in another cd-drive. I use nero 6 to burn cds.
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Ok, here is a new program you could use just for music:

http://www.download....tml?tag=lst-0-1

Its great also for converting and things like that. Use the "Audio Cd Creator" tab to create a music cd in the program.

Let me know if this works or does not work :tazz:
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Well, I installed that program and tried to make an audio cd but I guess I didn't manage. When I drag the music I want the "Burn Cd" button doesn't get embossed :tazz: What am I doing wrong?

Edited by alandemartino, 22 March 2006 - 07:39 AM.

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Hey there alandemartino, sorry for the late reply.

Well for starters the file format is wrong (.mp3) to burn a cd that will play on the radio the format will have to be (.wav). So first convert all ".mp3's" to ".wav" and then you need to insert a blank cd. Then you need to select the drive the blank cd is in.

Anything else???
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Hey there alandemartino, sorry for the late reply.

Well for starters the file format is wrong (.mp3) to burn a cd that will play on the radio the format will have to be (.wav). So first convert all ".mp3's" to ".wav" and then you need to insert a blank cd. Then you need to select the drive the blank cd is in.

Anything else???


hey spike_hacker_inc,

Its ok. You were right! Now I managed and everything works fine. I guess it was a software (nero) problem then. Thanks for your patience.

Alan :tazz:
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