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Trouble with burning cds


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vt88

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I have been able to burn cds no problem untill a few months ago. I use itunes or acoustica mp3 burner to make the cds, both programs will burn mp3 and data cds with no problem, but every single time i try to burn a regular audio cd they always come up blank i have tried to play them in everything my cd player the computer, xbox, dvd player and nothing. like i said it worked a few months ago and i can burn mp3 and data cds, but not standard audio to play in car cd players and standard cd players.
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It sounds like it might be an encoder issue. I am not familiar with Acoustica or Itunes. I hope someone else can give you better information, but I would start by looking for a cda encoder. The encoder could have become corrupted or the settings could be wrong. Check your settings then try looking for an update on your specific encoder.
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You might also have the burner software set to "Simulation" mode. Deselect that if possible... You can try what the previous poster mentioned. Worst case scenario I would try the optical drive in another pc to see if it works. & if you don't have another pc you can try it on than reinstall Windows. But than again that's a worst case scenario... Depends how badly you want this drive. They normally go for about $30 so if it's no major loss if it doesn't work anymore.
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