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Problems with cd burner

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Maglook, Jan 27, 2006.

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  1. Maglook

    Maglook Thread Starter

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    I have a 40x/16x/48x cd rw drive. I use the Nero program to burn with. When I burn a cd with it, the first 8 to 10 songs on the disk are clear and ok. Once song 11 to the end of the disk is played, I hear like a scratching sound or like a ticking in the music. I thought that there might have been a problem with the program so I uninstalled it and reinstalled and it is still doing it. Last year, I took my computer somewhere to have the mother board replaced and when I got the computer back, my dvd and cd rom where swapped from where they were, the cd was now on top and the dvd was on the bottom. I dont think they needed to come out to put the motherboard in. Maybe, I dont know. But ever since then, I have not had a good burner. I never had a problem with it before then. Can you please tell me what you think?
     
  2. emoxley

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    You're right. They should not have to come out, to replace a motherboard. I think I'd be asking them why they took them out. Are you sure they are the same drives? I'd also tell them you've had this problem ever since you got it back from them. Then ask what they're gonna do about it...............
    Good luck!
     
  3. Maglook

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    well, I didnt right down the serial # or anything on it so, they could have switched it out with one that looks like it. Who knows. Now I just might have to buy another one. Crud!!!
     
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