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Adding Songs to CD


mickeymouse

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I burned some songs onto a CD-RW disc, but was unable to add songs to it later. When I tried to add songs in the Roxio program, it said that the disc was not blank and asked if I wanted to erase disk. Is there anyway to add songs, without erasing the contents of disc? The disc I have is 4X, 700 MB, 80 min; are these appropriate specs?

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Are you saying he can't burn additional MP3s to his CD-RW disk? I just assumed he was not making and finalizing an audio CD but just copying the tunes to it.

 

Unfortunately,the process of creating an Audio CD doesn't allow for making appendable discs.When you make one the disc is always finalized when the recording is done.
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Are you saying he can't burn additional MP3s to his CD-RW disk? I just assumed he was not making and finalizing an audio CD but just copying the tunes to it.

Beau: You are assuming far too much from the scanty original post!

 

The type of media disc, R or RW, has absolutely nothing to do with it!

 

The only thing that has any bearing on adding additions files is the type of burn, Audio CD, Data w/sessions, Data read only, Enhanced CD or Mixed Mode CD.

 

What Terry said about Audio CDs is absolutely true. Until the OP can provide more information we cannot make too many assumptions.

 

BTW, all of this information located in the Help files for Classic.

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What James is saying is the truth.If you burn the disc as an Audio cd then the disc is finalized when the burn is finished.No more tracks can be added.

If ,on the other hand you just burn mp3's to a disc then you are making a data disc and these can be appended as long as the correct options are used when making the disc.

When it comes to these boards and peoples posts never assume anything.When you do the opposite usually ends up happening...lol

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