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Well, i have been using Roxio since i built my new system, and it was fine until a few days ago. I mainly use it to burn CD's normally formatted as WMA or MP3. Well, the last few times i have tried it, it burnt fine but, now when i played the newest CD's it has a weird, high pitched sound, that goes along with the beat of the music. I have only just recently had this problem, and i cant think of what it would be. Any help would be awesome.

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Well, i have been using Roxio since i built my new system, and it was fine until a few days ago. I mainly use it to burn CD's normally formatted as WMA or MP3. Well, the last few times i have tried it, it burnt fine but, now when i played the newest CD's it has a weird, high pitched sound, that goes along with the beat of the music. I have only just recently had this problem, and i cant think of what it would be. Any help would be awesome.

 

 

Make sure the cable is plugged in all of the way into the Sound Card and into the speaker. Sounds like it may be out a bit and shorting with the vibration of the music. If the cable is firmly in at both ends, then check to be sure the Soundcard is still properly seated in the slot and hasn't gotten loose.

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Make sure the cable is plugged in all of the way into the Sound Card and into the speaker. Sounds like it may be out a bit and shorting with the vibration of the music. If the cable is firmly in at both ends, then check to be sure the Soundcard is still properly seated in the slot and hasn't gotten loose.

 

No, the computer is fine, its whenever i try to play the CD in something else, like a car stereo.

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OK! still haven't ruled out cables or loose board.

 

1. does the CD play fine in your Computer?

 

2. What media are you using? Have you tried others?

 

3. How did you set up the Cd writer?

 

4. Have you made CDs before on this same system, using another program?

 

5. Does your Car Stereo play WMA or MP3 files? Have you tried recording in WAV? does it work?

 

If you try recording some of the same tunes in the PCM WAV format versus WMA or MP3, and it plays fine. Then you have a problem with the car stereo reading those files and it could be a lens to misalignment or many other things in the Car stereo causing it. The Stereo MUST be WMA and or MP3 compatible.

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