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Roxio 7 functions fine, but now when I burn a CD, it ends up with no sound. also if I try to play a song that is destined for a CD there is no sound. All other sounc function work fine. If I reload the software, will I lose anthing?

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What program in the Suite?

 

What Settings?

 

BTW, the Suite is called Roxio Easy Media Creator and usually referenced as: EMC 7

 

There are many programs in the Suite that can ‘burn CD’, hence the questions.

 

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Roxio 7 functions fine, but now when I burn a CD, it ends up with no sound. also if I try to play a song that is destined for a CD there is no sound. All other sounc function work fine. If I reload the software, will I lose anthing?

Here is more information on my problem:

From the start up screen for Roxio EMC7 I clicked on Create Audio CD.

Ths is what followed:

Sound problem when making a CD with EMC/7

 

Brought up EMC/7

Brought up folder containing my source music files.

Double clicked on a song from the list in the upper right of the screen to preview the sound. It played OK from the Preview section under Tasks.

Brought a song down to the Audio CD Project section.

Double clicked on the song to hear it play from the Audio CD Project section. The Preview section acted as though the song was playing ( The counter in the Previue section was counting, and the yellow bar to the left of it was moving to the right, but NO sound.

If I make a CD from this selection the CD would have no sound.

 

I have made a few hundred CDs and have never had this problem before.

Jim Morawski

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Here is more information on my problem:

From the start up screen for Roxio EMC7 I clicked on Create Audio CD.

Ths is what followed:

Sound problem when making a CD with EMC/7

 

Brought up EMC/7

Brought up folder containing my source music files.

Double clicked on a song from the list in the upper right of the screen to preview the sound. It played OK from the Preview section under Tasks.

Brought a song down to the Audio CD Project section.

Double clicked on the song to hear it play from the Audio CD Project section. The Preview section acted as though the song was playing ( The counter in the Previue section was counting, and the yellow bar to the left of it was moving to the right, but NO sound.

If I make a CD from this selection the CD would have no sound.

 

I have made a few hundred CDs and have never had this problem before.

Jim Morawski

 

Instead of using Create Audio CD, use Creator Classic, if that isn't what came up when you clicked on Create Audio CD.

 

When Creator Classic opens, click on Audio CD, and go from there.

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Instead of using Create Audio CD, use Creator Classic, if that isn't what came up when you clicked on Create Audio CD.

 

When Creator Classic opens, click on Audio CD, and go from there.

 

I do not understand all this, but what you suggested works. It took me to the same place I normally go to, but now there is sound. Also, I re-tried it the old way I was using, and it now also works. Perhaps, entering from another direction re-set something?

Thanks

Jim

 

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I do not understand all this, but what you suggested works. It took me to the same place I normally go to, but now there is sound. Also, I re-tried it the old way I was using, and it now also works. Perhaps, entering from another direction re-set something?

Thanks

Jim

 

It could very well have. Stranger things have happened. Was the program Creator Classic?

 

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