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youngest78

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Hi,
I've a Dell vostro laptop. I'm having a problem with burning music onto a CD. Once i've done it and it's successfully copied tracks onto a blank CD (on which i've made sure to leave a bit of free space), all of the tracks play but all have their ends cut off? Any ideas what this could be?
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Makaveli213

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Hello,

What software are you using to burn the CD's? Windows Media Player or somethng like Nero? Are you sure the files are full and not cut off themselves?

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Mak
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yep, i'm just using windows and no, the tracks are fine when i listen to them on the computer :)
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Hello,

Maybe try a free alternative like CDBurnerXP and see how it works for you.

http://cdburnerxp.se/

I have had little to no luck getting the Default burner with WMP to work for me correctly. That is why i found a alternative.

Cheers,
Mak
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