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Audio CD Burning with Nero Burning Rom

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by HuhU2 DM, Aug 12, 2003.

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  1. HuhU2 DM

    HuhU2 DM Thread Starter

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    Ok, i'm new to this CD Burning. I have Nero Express, and i'm having a little problem with it.

    I've copied an Audio CD to a CD-R, and it plays fine, but there are still space on it, and i wanted to put a MP3 (it converts to CDA really nice also) together with the already burned tracks, but i can't. Everytime i put the same CD, i get the folloqing message:

    "This midia cannot be recorded
    Please Insert another midia."

    (Sorry if it's not right, cuz i translated from portuguese)

    Can i do what i want?? How??

    Sorry if it is hard to understand, it is hard to explain.

    Thank you
     
  2. JenniferLore

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    You cannot append any audio files to an disc that has been completed. Once a disc is completed it cannot access the remaining space. Especially with Nero Express. Once a disc is burned it is "closed (finalized)."

    This is just a simple explanation.

    I believe Roxio's Easy cd creator lets you add files to your disc as long as you don't "finalize" it. Until you finalize it you will not be able to listen to the music.
     
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