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CLOSED Audio Cd problem

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Dan_61, May 11, 2007.

  1. Dan_61

    Dan_61 Regular member

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    Hello

    I burned a CD-RW disk, it doesnt seem to be compatible with many players, i want to change it to CD-R, i only only the one drive so i will have to rip the burned one and reburn?

    I cant seem to get my two ripping programs to do this, Media player will open up only with play disk option and CD Burner does the same

    How do i rip a burned CD

    Dan
     
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    Hello

    Thanks Undine

    I had problems with both links, they are not picking up the CD, it must be a problem with the way i burned them originally , maybe the extensions.They are MP3 files so i am confused.
    No biggie i have the original CD's, i will use them.

    FYI- CDEXOS is beta

    Thanks for your help
     
  4. undine

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    Oh, you didn't say this was a mp3 cd.You should be able to just "copy and paste"from the cd to a folder on the computer.
     
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    That worked Undine, thank you

    Now i need a burner that will let me select a burn speed, i need to burn at lower speeds for my car.

    Dan
     
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    I have had bad luck Nero, i have CDburn pro already but cant seem to see where you can choose write speed. How is Mic Media 10 player burner

    Dan
     
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    I dont have a Mac
     
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    Hey Dan_61,

    If you don't mind the 35MB download, you could use iTunes. While it isn't a dedicated burn package, it will encode to MP3, AAC or rip to WAV, and you can burn normal audio or MP3 CDs from your tracks.
     
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    THANKS

    Platy

    i figured out how to choose burn speed on CD Burner Xp, it's a little tricky but it works great

    Dan
     

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