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CAN'T BURN CD FROM WMP - Need help!


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NORTHCOAST

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I'm trying to burn a CD of music from Windows Media Player. Haven't done it in a long while. I'm using a CD-R which I have used before with no problem. I keep getting this message when I hit start burn: error message C00D10DA. I've done some Google searches looking for info on this error message but can't find anything that helps. Anyone have any advice for a non-geek? Also, how do I know what version of WMP I have. Can I burn CD's from some other media player like RealPlayer? Thanks in advance.

Edited by NORTHCOAST, 04 October 2009 - 12:59 PM.

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Try this one: http://cdburnerxp.se/
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I decided to update my Windows Media Player. I tried to figure out what version I had, but couldn't find it anywhere. I googled it and it said to go to Help on the Windows Media Player. I don't see Help anywhere. Ugh! Can anyone point me in the right direction? So I went to download.com and just downloaded WMP 11. It downloaded and copied my library over automatically. But one album had 3 copies of the same song back to back to back. Had to go in and delete the extra copies. Weird. Any explanation for that, anyone? Then I set up a burn list and hit start burn and it worked. Whippeee. Well, I haven't actually listened to the CD yet, but it seemed to work.
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