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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by sls1982, Oct 14, 2003.

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  1. sls1982

    sls1982 Thread Starter

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    I am having trouble with my CD burner. I have Roxio Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum running on Win XP. Never had problems with it until this point. Burner will work fine on everything except for burning mp3s to a CD. It will burn data cds and burn CDs. It goes through the normal process of burning mp3s but then the drive reads empty when obviously there is a CD in it and there are clearly burn marks on the CD-R. If someone can offer a suggestion, it's greatly appreciated. TIA!
     
  2. barfly

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    I had similar problems with easy 5 but when i changed to nero 5.5 everything was ok
    i have a feeling that easy does not like some writers
     
  3. LONGHAIR

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    The first thing to check, especially with WinXP, is to be sure you are running the latest version. EZCD Creator 5 was put out before WinXP and had challenges with it. If you open EZCD and click on the little icon in the upper left, select "about" and it will tell which version you are running. To work with XP it should be 5.02b ,that's the XP "patch".
     
  4. sls1982

    sls1982 Thread Starter

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    My version is 5.1 something. Where can I get this patch for XP? It's funny cause it used to work burning mp3 CDs, I can't figure it out and I consider myself pretty computer literate.
     
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