Roxio 2010 Music Disc Creator error
Posted 16 March 2010 - 09:40 PM
Posted 17 March 2010 - 03:13 AM
Have you tried burning a test cd using the built in burning capabilities of whatever O/S you have. This would verify that your burner is ok.Use a CD-RW for testing.
If that works ok try making a data cd using the Roxio program.
Posted 17 March 2010 - 01:25 PM
Posted 17 March 2010 - 03:33 PM
What program did you use to make the test music cd (I should have said in my 1st post try using Windows Media Player...no Roxio program) sorry.
Edited by ogdens, 17 March 2010 - 03:39 PM.
Posted 18 March 2010 - 01:18 PM
Posted 26 March 2012 - 08:53 AM
I have had Creator 10 Pro for over a year and have just quit using it due to numerous issues with it not working correctly on primarily DVD creating issues. But as far as I remember, I've never had a CD burning problem until yesterday. And like the original poster, Music Disc Creator gets to 2% and just stops doing anything. It appears to be working but it never creates the TOC. Yesterday, as I was creating a CD project, the program started with the "program not responding" issue. I went through checking for updates, restarting the PC, and eventually I was going to remove the program and reinstall it. As I was in the Add/Remove Programs area of Windows 7 I opted to use the "Repair" feature rather than "Uninstall". This took a little while, but afterwards, I was then able to get Music Disc Creator to open and I could then choose the files I'd edited the tags on (I couldn't even see any folders prior to this...program would lock up and stop responding). I thought things were fixed. Much to my disappointment, they weren't.
I finally uninstalled and then reinstalled the whole program only to have the same exact issues occurring It is NOT my CD/DVD player/burner on the PC that is the problem. I have confirmed this without doubt.
Here is something to note too. When looking at any of the 5 CDs I wasted trying to burn my music project, Windows Media Player shows all 12 tracks when I put those CDs in. However, there is no music or anything other than the "Track 1, Track 2, etc" written on the CD being inserted. The table of contents are not completing being written.
I finally took the 12 tracks to an older, Windows XP machine where I have Roxio Creator 9 Suite installed on it (and it's also been plagued with issues...mostly video) since I decided to try Roxio products again a few years ago. Music Disc Creator burned the 12 songs with no problems at all on the XP machine running Creator 9 Suite.
I am only touching the tip of the iceberg here on problems I've had with Creator 2010 Pro since I installed it. But this is the current problem I need to address and find a fix for. Otherwise, I have no use for the 2010 software that I bought primarily to build DVDs with (and cannot use to do so...a whole other topic to come later).
Please, there has to be some help or fix for the issues at hand!
BTW, my DVD writer on the Windows 7 PC is an "hp DVD RW AD-7251H5 SCSI CdROM Device" (exactly as it is written under All Disk Drives.
Posted 13 September 2012 - 01:15 PM
I found the error reported in Windows log, but it becomes double dutch to me from then on.
I think the problem is with Windows 7 - after four years it might be time to clean the slate and re install Win.
Nearly forgot - no problem burning from other progs, so cd/dvd drive is OK.
But will anyone read this?
Posted 13 September 2012 - 01:24 PM
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