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Any tips for burning?

Discussion in 'Audio' started by gordie, Mar 25, 2004.

  1. gordie

    gordie Member

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    Hey folks, i've recently discovered some previous cd's i have burned have started jumping on my cd player, maybe i'm doing something wrong, whats the best way to burn? say i have a cd i want to copy, is it best to rip the audio in wav format then burn? would it also be better if i burned at a slower speed?
    I know i've got a decent burner (lite on) and my software is decent too (nero).

    Thanks for any advice


    Gordie.
     
  2. tigre

    tigre Moderator Staff Member

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    CD-Rs are aging quite fast. After 5 years there are reading problems with the majority of burned CD-Rs. This problem can't be solved using different software, burners or burning speed. It's mostly about how lucky you are buying CD-R media. :( For valuable data / music etc. I suggest some additional backup sollution like harddrives.
     

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