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cnnjones

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It has been about 4 years since I've attemtped to burn CDs, and at the rate I'm going, it will be at least that many before I try again. I'm using Musicmatch Burner Plus, and have already downloaded all my songs into the library. I inserted a BRAND NEW DISC this morning, and after getting all the songs in the order I wanted them, I clicked the "burn" button. The response is: "The inserted disc is closed and cannot be burned again. Please insert a new disc." Why? Please, someone help. I have a sneaking suspicion that I've made some ridiculously simple error and just can't see it. Many thanks.
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mjkkid

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what i do to burn discs is fairly easy and it takes a few seconds... download i tunes from www.apple.com its totally free.. then when u have itunes running go to file and add a file to itunes.. add all the files u want to burn then on the botom left there is a plus sign.. it makes a new playlist.. rename it and drag ur files into the playlist and open the playlist when u are done.. put the blank cd in your cd burner.. click the burn cd botton on the top right and wait for it to turn yellow and black and click it again to burn it.. for me it takes about 10-15 seconds.. its very fast
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Try using Windows Media burner, other than that you might have a hardware problem
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