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CD Burning Track Timing

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by msk407c, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. msk407c

    msk407c Member

    Dec 13, 2004
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    I have a HP Pavilion, Pentium 4 and I am having trouble burning CDs and playing them on my Car CD Player. Some songs (MPs) play and others take a very long time to go to the next track or the next track does not play at all. Tell me, what can I do to guarantee that the song will play and in a timely manner without having to wait for long periods of time. I have Sonic - CD Now Software is there something I am doing wrong.
  2. Jeanc1

    Jeanc1 Guest

    Home created Cd for your car have to be done on good media -- and some cars and/or trucks have Cd players that are very temperamental -- Ford F150 have this particularity ~~~smiles. It varies from year to year.

    If you have people smoking in your car, you can expect your Cd player to become a bit troublesome due to that brown film obstructiong the laser head. Preliminary signs of that are skipping Cd playing .. !!

    So burn at slow speed , on good quality media and hope for the best.

    There's always the possibility that your Cd player radio combo is out of wack -- I had mine replaced under warranty after 3 years free of charge for the exact same reasons you are giving. All the Cd that were homemade that were skipping are now playing well.

    Edited for typo !
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