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    dodgy368's Avatar Poster
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    Problem is getting worse and I canít work out why!
    Originally thought it was my cd/writer but Iíve upgraded to a dvd/cd rewriter and the problem is still the same(or worse!).
    Hereís what I do.
    1. Download an album.
    2. Listen to it on wmp to check itís ok.
    3. Burn it to disc using Nero.
    4. Stick the disc into my cd player and itís knackered, all I can listen to is the first couple of tracks and the rest of the tracks are unplayable!

    I used to be able to burn whole albums with no probs, and can still burn films without a prob, anyone else have this problem?

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    try a slower burn speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrycary
    try a slower burn speed.
    First thing I tried!

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    I have a really old home cd player . I find now, only to buy the good brands . Its really only pennies more . Blank cd 's I mean , And I always burn my music at 16 x as harry suggests .

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    peat moss's Avatar Software Farmer BT Rep: +15BT Rep +15BT Rep +15
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    Made me think about Nero. For some reason I have to reinstall every few months ,or when a new version comes out. It seems to ge corrupted for some funny reason. But thats a start, just reinstall Nero or your flavour of burning software.


    Shit, sorry thought I hit edit button .
    Last edited by peat moss; 03-20-2005 at 01:07 AM.

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    The whole problem of MP3 compatibility is odd.

    I have on Onkyo 6-disc carousel CD changer (vintage 1995) on my main stereo that plays EVERYTHING.

    I have an AIWA mini-system (1998) on top of my 'fridge that plays EVERYTHING.

    I have a one-year-old Sony boombox with cd/MP3 "capability" (ha!) that won't play ANY MP3s.
    ďThink about how stupid the average person is, and then realize that half of 'em are stupider than that.Ē -George Carlin

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    peat moss's Avatar Software Farmer BT Rep: +15BT Rep +15BT Rep +15
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    Quote Originally Posted by j2k4
    The whole problem of MP3 compatibility is odd.

    I have on Onkyo 6-disc carousel CD changer (vintage 1995) on my main stereo that plays EVERYTHING.

    I have an AIWA mini-system (1998) on top of my 'fridge that plays EVERYTHING.

    I have a one-year-old Sony boombox with cd/MP3 "capability" (ha!) that won't play ANY MP3s.

    Ya I know, nothing worse than checking out on my puter that it works Only to find it won't work on my car or home player. BS

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