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I don't prefer to carry my original music cds in the car. In the past I copied them onto media using the two cd writers on my desktop. Now I am down to one cd writer. I know there is a simple solution but what I've tried hasn't worked successfully. thanks for any suggestions.
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Hello,

CD Burner XP should do what you ask.
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The suggested software seems to work well for recording but has a glitch; possible install error? After burning the cd it refuses to close. I can't get rid of it except by using task manager. The normal clicking on close doesn't work nor does attempting to open any of the menus across the top. SHould I uninstall and reinstall or download a fresh copy of the software?
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Hello,

It could be an install problem, I can't ever say that I have encountered that particular error before.

You could uninstall and reinstall it and see if it fixes problem, but I think this could be a sign of a larger system problem.
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