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Good idea about CD types, Ron.

Check car manual.
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:) :) :)
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I just read that slowing CD burn speed may make CD functional in car player. Don't really know if that makes any sense but would like to try. Can you tell me how to slow burn speed in CD Burner XP? Thanks!
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Broni's turn :)
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Can you tell me how to slow burn speed in CD Burner XP?

Another good idea: http://cdburnerxp.se...ces/burnoptions
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All cd media used, past and present is CD-R. Does the laughing Smiley Face mean slowing burn speed makes no sense?
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Nah just alittle fun between Techs. We assist each other and have fun. :)

BTW good find Broni... I may have to try that program. It looks simple to use and my head hurts sometimes with nero.

Edited by rshaffer61, 08 July 2009 - 07:35 PM.

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Yeah try lower speed, and if that doesn't help, spend few bucks on a pack of different brand of CDs.
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That would have been my next question.
If the brands are the same as before or not.
I think the speed suggestion is a good possibility. I have talked to people who do some ripping and encoding and they stated the same resolution in the past has helped them with similar issues.
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Gentlemen thanks for your help!

I was able to burn a disc using WMP and did not get the 'blue page memory dump' which is what started this conversation. I am going to try the slow down on burn speed to see if this helps. The CD's I'm using are very old 1X-40X. I will invest in some new discs to see if that helps also. If you do come across any new info to address this problem please let me know. If any of the actions above work I'll let you know.

Looking back on these past two days I learned a lot. Thanks again!
--Jay
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I was able to burn a disc using WMP and did not get the 'blue page memory dump' which is what started this conversation

You got rid of Norton = you got rid of many present, and future problems :)
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Final question.

Since I now have an extra DVDRW (the one I replaced in "F drive") It would not be an issue to install it into my "E drive" which is a read only DVD drive would it??
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Nope.
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It should not be a issue at all. The system should recognize the drive with no problem. If the drives are all IDE you may have to set them for a master and a slave drive.
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I'm sorry. I forgot, it was your turn :)
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