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Nero.. WMA CD, stuck at 50% please help!

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by tl382, Jun 22, 2004.

  1. tl382

    tl382 Guest

    Hi,
    Custom built computer, self support. I have nero6, with addon packages p2 + p3. At first, wma wouldnt burn so i downloaded the plugin for wma. Now, it gets stuck at 50% while burning.

    Suggetions please?!!!
     
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  2. vietorisz

    vietorisz Member

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    for more suggestions would be great to have more infos about your config and media ur using but Nero works perfectly with me especially when doing music compilation. Advise 1: try burn your wma compilation in Nero express, let the wizard help you. 2 Download Windows Media player 9 set up a playlist of your favorite songs and burn your wma compilation directly from there. 3. reinstall DirectX 9b after reinstall your wma plugin 4 check a different type of disc and do not neglect cleaning of lens
     
  3. aldaco12

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    Another sugestion is to do a .WMA-> .MP3 concversion [bold]before[/bold] burning, there are lot of applications that do this. In this way you don't risk loaing a CD should some problem arise.
     
  4. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    (Re)encoding with Nero is ... iffy at best ... you're best doing things beforehand if possible as Aldaco suggested.

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