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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by hrg127, Feb 15, 2015.

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  1. hrg127

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    I have windows 7. I am having a problem making a music cd. When I try to burn a music cd on my blank cd-r disk it says that no disk is in destination drive. I've tried using Roxio and other cd burning software but it always says the same thing that there is no disk in destination drive. Can you help?
     
  2. plodr

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    Give hardware specs: brand and exact model of computer so we can see what optical drive is in your desktop/laptop.
     
  3. taysan

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    Hi. I'm having trouble burning CD's in windows media player. I was able to burn a CD a few weeks ago but it was on a Philips
    label with huge CD logo on the disc. I cannot find those kind of Phillips blank discs anywhere. I've spent oodles of money on blank CD discs. when I put a blank disc in WMP it says it burnt 100%, However when I put the burnt CD into my karaoke machine the letters UN pop up in orange on my karaoke screen. I'm not sure but I think UN must mean that the karaoke can't read the new disc I just burned. what am I doing wrong?
     
  4. Oddba11

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    Test the discs in another player to confirm the discs are actually faulty.

    If they are, you could have a hardware fault (ie: the burner), a software issue (ie: the burning software), or the discs are in the wrong format for the karaoke machine.
     
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