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    windows media player 10

    lately my media player will not burn to blank cd's. i am attempting to burn music files from my library. i have made sure my cd's are clean, slowed down the recording speed, checked IMAPI CD-Burning Com in the control panel under administrative tools. i know playlists cannot be recorded more than 2 times so i am not attempting the playlists. when i use another program to record (such as RECORD NOW) i am having difficulty there also. any suggestions?

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    Re: windows media player 10

    I'm sure one of the Mods will do this ( move it ) but you might get more answers if you posted this to the proper forum. WIndows XP or General Windows Solutions would be better than Lounge Matters.
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    Re: windows media player 10

    Suggestions? More information... what errors, if any, and what happens when you attempt a burn?
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    Re: windows media player 10

    How old is the CD burner ??? What make is it ?? Speed, etc ?? Perhaps the fault is in the hardware.
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    Re: windows media player 10

    There are various ways to check for symptoms and cause:

    1) Can you read other discs form this drive?

    If not it vould be a broken laser or problem with the CD ROM

    Before anything check:

    a) All the cables are connected correctly inside the machine
    [img]/forums/images/smilies/cool.gif[/img] Can you boot from this CDROM...if it boots then laser is working


    2) Try the CD ROM in another computer and check 1a and 1b

    These are starters for the moment
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    Re: windows media player 10

    the message says "cannot burn these files to the cd. check if your cds are clean and slow down the recording speed." the more information says it is error ID 0xCOOD11AB, condition ID OxOOOOOOOO

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    Re: windows media player 10

    THE MAKE IS DELL, 2 YEARS OLD. SPEED IS 32X

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    Re: windows media player 10

    YES TO ALL THE QUESTIONS, I CAN READ DISCS, CABLES ARE CONNECTED, I CAN BOOT

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    Re: windows media player 10

    Is it music only or can you not burn ANY type of file using the burner?

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: windows media player 10

    Stop yelling and just answer the questions,

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    Re: windows media player 10

    The question was also posted in <post:=547,579>post 547,579</post:> in Windows XP, but all the responses are here, so I have locked the other thread with a link to this one.
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    Re: windows media player 10

    what r u talking about? who is yelling? don't get u at all, since when is asking questions yelling? u r tripin

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    Re: windows media player 10

    am not sure, have only tried music but will check data also

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    Re: windows media player 10

    When ever one uses ALL upper case, it is considered YELLING and is not accepted and is very hard to read.

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