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Solved: Burning, Burning, Nothing!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by slow_slow_PC, Mar 3, 2005.

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  1. slow_slow_PC

    slow_slow_PC Thread Starter

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    I used my 3rd CD Burner and I put my music files onto the CD-RW. Everytime I finish the disc is ejected and CD Writing Wizard comes on and says I have to finish writing the disc. I put the disc back in and it says it doesn't have enough free space when it does! I see the files inside the CD-RW and I can play it but I have to change them into Windows Media Files. I plays fine too! But when I put it in a BoomBox it keeps saying no disc! I have no idea what's going on!


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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

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    It sounds to me as if you put too many files on the disk and there was not enough room for it to complete the lead out etc remove a couple of files and see if it completes ok ....
     
  3. slow_slow_PC

    slow_slow_PC Thread Starter

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    I deleted all the files that were ready to be written on to the disc and used Nero Express to make a new audio disc. It worked and no CD Writing Wizard poped up. I put it in my CD Player but it still said "No Disc". I then saw that the were WinAmp files, not Windows Media Files. Does this affect anything?


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  4. slow_slow_PC

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    It worked for my Sony Walkman and DVD player but "No Disc" keeps appearing on my boombox! :confused: :mad: Oh well, that'l be okay.
     
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