CdRom Drive Recognizing Entire Cd's as one track

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dtcrx

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Hello all: I am running WinME OS, using winamp, on a phllips dvdr/cdr,& hp dvd rom. When I insert a store brought pre-recorded cd or cdr into either of the cd drives I get a winamp icon of one track. The track will consist of the total run time of the entire cd. i.e. if the pre-recorded cd has 10 tracks, the icon would show 1 track with the total size of the entire cd. Winamp/media player/realplayer does not know what to do with this and does not play the cd. I am able to rip/burn an entire cd using Nero without a problem, but cannot access individual tracks, but the cds will play in a home cd player fine. The drives will detect data fine and play mp3's fine. Any suggestions? I've searched the Microsoft website with no leads.
thank you in advance for your help.

p.s.
to play music I use: Winamp
to burn data/music: Nero
to burn dvd: clonedvd
 

dtcrx

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Nope... that didn't work.
I installed the newest version of Winamp same thing.
 

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does the CD have any hidden stuff, like a DVD section?
 

dtcrx

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This is an old post, but I have yet to solve the problem.

No, dvd's work fine. I am only having problems with audio. I am testing the drives by using pre-recorded cd's only. All the tracks still list as a single track with the total time of the entire album.
 
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