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Problems making a Audio C/D

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by LoopTech, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. LoopTech

    LoopTech Member

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    Using nero, and set to make a Audio C/D, and using a CD-R blank..

    My newly recored C/D will play in my computer and my 2000 Dodge Truck, but not in my Masda Truck that has a Alpine 7835R..

    I am using a Dell puter with Windows Xp

    I might add I have burnt C/Ds with this setup B-4, But I don't remember if it was b-4 adding my DVD burner..EXT DVD BURNER LG|GSA-2164D R.. Any maybe I did not have Nero b-4 adding my DVD burner..
    Thanks in Advance
     
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    well........ is it possible that you recorded the CD as an MP3 CD..... and your computer and dodge truck can play mp3 cds but your Masda truck's alpine player can't? that is a possibility. or the masda truck doesn't like the cd you burned to.
     
  3. LoopTech

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    Thanks , but I burnt this using Audio C/D not MP3.. And this is the 5th CD burnt with the same results
     
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    it was just a thought...... what version of Nero are you using?
     
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    Nero 7 Premuim
     
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    LoopTech has your Masda truck/alpine player successfully played burned cdr's before?
    is it a new player?
    and it was a finalised cdr not a cd-rw?
    hope to try and help
     
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    I have burnt cds b-4, and they worked fine in the Alpine.. and I have tred 2 different brands of CD-R.. No sucess..and I might add I just tryed a older CD .. It worked Great..
     
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    Thanks.. But I still can't get a viable CD
     
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    @LoopTech
    sorry I thought I could help you but it has me stumped. No idea.
    I had this theory about different brands of cdr because I had a stereo system couple years back that would only play some certain brands/discs and not others. Needless to say I returned it and got my money back.
    But that theory seems dead.
    Nero 7 premium is pretty good if not the best.
    anyway, if I can leave you with one idea perhaps buy a pack of the cdr's that work in the alpine and stick with them ?
    One brand I have found is universal is TDK but others disagree.
     

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