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[SOLVED] Help!! (B's Recorder GOLD5)

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Rocky1, Feb 19, 2003.

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  1. Rocky1

    Rocky1 Thread Starter

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    Attempting to burn a CD...music...I have already made numerous
    CD's....the last disk I have been unable to burn...I have emptied History, Cookies, Temp Folder, and the Temporary Internet Folder...I have done a Scan Disk and Defrag....the following is the message I am receiving:

    An unexpected error has occurred while ripping the sample. After restarting your computer, check that you have sufficient hard disk memory secured.

    I have restarted my computer several times. I have 256 MB's of RAM running Windows ME. I have also done a virus check. So far I am getting no where and need help. Thanx in advance.
     
  2. BTS '76

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    Are you burning music from Kazaa or something like that site.

    I would try different Anti-virus programs, yours may not be up to date. try burning something else, see if it works.
     
  3. Rocky1

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    Yes, I have downloaded music from Kazza....I have burned two CD's today....need to burn the last one...I have used my computer virus scan program to include Housecall, on-line virus check..no virus'
     
  4. ~Candy~

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    What program are you using to burn with?
     
  5. Rocky1

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    I appreciate the responses folks.....I'm using BHA B's Recorder Gold
     
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    Q: I enter MP3 files into the Track field, but they come up as [? (RAW MODE1)] and I cannot record an audio CD.
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    Either "An unexpected error occurred while ripping the sample" or "Insufficient HD space" appears when recording MP3 files.


    A: Certain types of MP3 files contain ID3 tag information that is not supported by B's Recorder GOLD5.
    B's Recorder GOLD5 supports MP3 files in stereo with a sample rate of 44100 Hz, 22050 Hz or 11025 Hz only. Use the following procedure to check your MP3 files:

    Drag and drop all your audio files into the Track field.
    Right click on your MP3 file and select [Properties] from the menu.
    Check that the sample rate is 44100 Hz, 22050 Hz or 11025 Hz stereo.
    If your MP3 files do not match the criteria, you can either re-download the file from another source, or use audio editor software please to change the sample rate to 44100 Hz, 22050 Hz or 11025 Hz and the channel to [Stereo].


    Cut and paste from here:

    http://www.bhacorp.com/support/faq_gold5/07.html
     
  7. Rocky1

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    Thank you BTS '76 and AcaCandy for responding to my post. AcaCandy, you hit my situation right on the head. I did as you suggested. The last song I wanted to burn was 48.0 while the rest was 44.1. I re-downloaded the song and now have a burned disk in my hands. Situation solved. Once more, thank you two and all the others that make this site an invaluable tool, a site of learning, and friendly individuals who are willing/capable of assisting others.
     
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