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Cd creation problem (PART 3)

By doar_me ·
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I must emphasis I consider myself an experienced user, and I've created mant CD's successfully. I have no idea what the problem may be, and as a result I write to you. This problem really upset me as I don't know what to do anymore. I should say I've created few CD's (data) just last week and an Audio one (three weeks ago) and have had no problems.


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by the_allyns In reply to Cd creation problem (PART ...

The only thing I can think of is you mentioned that you have 900 megs of wav files. Try removing some of them, and going with a smaller sized burn. if you leave teh session open, you can add more tracks untill you find the magic number it will letyou do...


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by jokeman In reply to Cd creation problem (PART ...

1st off.. have u used a cd cleaner kit., clean both cd rom drives.. next have u tried different cd speeds for recording?? which cd are trying to record to is it a RW or just a R...... when u make that cd with all the wavs files make sure u arenttrying to go over the limit.....


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by Earthworm In reply to Cd creation problem (PART ...

Fisrt off in response to the last answer DO NOT use a cd-rom cleaner on your writer! It will likely scratch the lense and destroy the drive (I know I have done it.)

Second, have you tried burning the cd again? I know that would cost all of like a dollar, but it may have just been a bad disc, it does happen even with good quality CD's.

Third, did you change the program you make your wavs out of? i.e. you were using a CDDA program, and now you are using a MP3 extractor? You may not be creating the WAV's correctly for writting to CD's. i.e. wrong bitrate or Khz. Try an old WAV file and see if it burns correctly.

I have created many audio discs and data discs as well and from time to time I just get a bad writting. Try burning another, I bet the problem goes away.

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by jesalyer In reply to Cd creation problem (PART ...

The worst part of diagnosing a CD burner is that you have to burn CD's to determine whether an issue is still occurring or not.

You appear to have exhausted all of the software based troubleshooting on this item. It's time to bite the bullet andsee what else is going on here.

1. Does the CDR burn *OTHER* audio CD's correctly? Burn a new copy of the exact same disk using a different physical disk. If the burn goes, then you have a problem with the actual CD blank. Throw a fit, get money back, etc.

2. If the CDR *DOES NOT* burn this correctly with a different blank, we need to determine if it is the audio files or the burner. Try to burn an audio CD with an entirely dif't set of tracks. If it goes, the scanned WAV's were somehow faulty or corrupt. Rescan and reburn. If the completely different burn still doesn't work, start shopping for another burner.

Good luck, and I hope your burner is OK!
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by JackG3 In reply to Cd creation problem (PART ...

If the cdroms you are using are blue backs this may be your problem, many audio cd players such as car stereos have problems using the blue disks it is usually hit and miss. Try using gold disks such as Kodak's and this may solve your problem.

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