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MoNsTeReNeRgY22

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Hi guys,

Well I got a slight issue here, I am trying to burn a CD to listen to at our baseball games but I just can't seem to do it. I have tried using iTunes itself, and when I try that I get "Disc Burner or software not found...". So then I tried my copy of Nero7, and of course I get a burn error after about 30 seconds. Nothing is even burned onto the CD, its still blank when I take it out. Any suggestions would be of great help!

Also, all the music files being burned are unprotected m4a's and mp3's.

Thanks,
MoNsTeReNeRgY22

Edited by MoNsTeReNeRgY22, 13 February 2008 - 10:28 PM.

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A possibility may be that your cd burner is bad. Have you burned any CD's before you started having the problem? I have been using Nero since version 4 and have not run into any problems except when i was running a folding at home client. I am using Nero 7 Ultra right now and have nero 8 on my newest computer. I've even used Nero essentials but i don't like this clipped version much. I have not burned a single coaster using nero. I would try another CD burner before anything else.

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Hi,

Ya I have burnt plenty of stuff before. DVD, Data CD's, and audio CD's. The only way I could get another burner is calling CyberPowerPC and telling them my burner isn't working, since they manufactured my PC.
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You say that's the only way does that mean it's under warranty? if so then call them before the warranty runs out....
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Ya, I think I will call them. Thanks for the idea! Dunno why I didn't think of callin em :)
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