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[B]Musical skipping, sounds nice (sarcastic)[/B]

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by acefreejack, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. acefreejack

    acefreejack Thread Starter

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    Hello,
    Ive just copied music files from my music data folder to a blank cd. That worked fine.
    Then, I made a dub from that copy to another blank cd. now the newest burn cd causes skipping.
    So I then took the newest cd and took those music files and put them back in my folder. now when I play them from the folder, they skipp.
    Is there software to stop the skipping or something. I have a cd with skipping
    and music files on my computer that skip also.
    hope someone can help!!!
    I just love listening to music that skipps, :mad: :p :cool:
     
  2. Katzy

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    Might help, if you tell us what software you were using...

    What version of Windoze you're using...

    Etc.
     
  3. smeegle

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    Are you playing these cd's on a cd player or on your computer? Also, what type of cd's are you using? The CDR-W's are neat but they don't last long.
     
  4. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    It's pretty obvious that the burning operation went astray. That can happen for several reasons.

    Improper machine settings, PIO access to the drives, for instance.
    Improper settings or just lousy burning software.
    Burning at too high a rate of speed, I limit audio CD's to 8x.
    Media incompatibility.
    Defective or dirty drive.
     
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