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Not burning Audio

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by flygirl33, Mar 12, 2006.

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  1. flygirl33

    flygirl33 Thread Starter

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    Please help me as I cannot burn any audio. My OS is XP. The programme used for the burn is "Record Now" but thats irrelevant because I now cannot use any other burn programme ie. Nero or Windows Media Player. What happens is that it starts converting and when the time comes for the burn it proceeds to 5% and then closes the disk. I replaced the drive (thinking it was a drive problem) still the problem persisted. I then did a full scrub of master and slave HDD thinking it was a virus. This fixed the problem short term. Three months later the problem arises again. Before I do a full scrub again, I wanted to know whether anybody else has run accross this problem. For extra information I can still burn DVD with full audio, pictures any other documentation just not audio. and for those who think its a licencing problem, there are no licenses on the music I am burning, just band stuff.
     
  2. linskyjack

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    Hold on a second--you are burning music to DVD's or are you burning music to CD's?
     
  3. flygirl33

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    Thanks for replying. Just purely no music files. ie MP3 WMA etc....
     
  4. flygirl33

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    Sorry. that really didn't answer the question. Burning to audio cd on a dvd burner.
     
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