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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by lafn, Jan 26, 2003.

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  1. lafn

    lafn Thread Starter

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    I installed my Teac 40-16-24 in another PC
    I do the usual make music CD and all data is on CD but no sounds play on any CDrom. they read the data and show all info but no sounds, even on a stero CD player.....

    anyone have an idea why they dont play?

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  2. Yankee Rose

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    Hi lafn;

    Generally when creating music CDs it is best to use a CDR rather than a CDRW.

    What brand CDRW did you use? Have you tried a different brand of media?
     
  3. JohnWill

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    Unless the audio player is specially designed to play CD-RW media, you'll have to use CD-R media for audio disks. None of the CD players in my house or cars will play audio on CD-RW disks.
     
  4. lafn

    lafn Thread Starter

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    Sorry mistype, I am using CD-r only they worked on my other PC
    odd they show all info or data but no sound comes through...

    its a TEAC 40-16-? cd-rw once worked good, very little use before I had this problem and have always used .MPEG as the source which is converted to .cda... I tried roxio CD creator 5 and mp3 convertor (which locked up during burn in) I have wasted 5 or 6 CD's

    any help here?

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