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Ashley Poole

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I use sonic recordnow. never have any problems withi it, now I can't burn a cd. it writes the data of the songs to the cd, but the audio isn't there. i get an error message and try again, but nothing. all I'm doing is wasting dics [[already 10-20]]. I don't know why it's not working now. What can I do to fix it? I've tried to update it and it wont let me.
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Uninstall it and reinstall it.
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it won't delete my music, will it?
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Shouldn't do but feel free to copy it somewhere else before running uninstall.
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ok, well it wasn't the software. I just tried this and its working like perfect:

at run, I typed "regsvr32 ole32.dll" and clicked ok. It said "dll register server in ole32.dll succeeded"
NOW I CAN BURN CDS! thanks for your help! =D
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