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Burning Cd+rs


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I have Roxio Creator 9.1.068 running on a Windows Vista system. Up until late last year (as of the end of November 2008 at least) I was able to burn audio projects created using Sound Editor onto my Lightscribe CD+R discs with no problem. I recently created a new project and tried to burn it as an audio CD. The Roxio burn window showed that I had a blank disc in the drive, but also said "Insert Disc." The OK button was greyed out so I couldn't start the burn. I tried putting another Lightscribe CD+R disc into my other lightscribe burner to see if it was a burner problem, but exactly the same thing happened. I then saved an image file (.c2d file) to hard drive to try to work my way around it. I double clicked the image file, and the Disc Copier window came up, but it still told me to insert a blank disc - this time it told me acceptable formats were CD-R, CD-RW, CD-RW high speed, or CD-RW ultra high speed. I then checked the Roxio help window on burning CDs, and it did not mention CD+R as being a supported format.

 

I have burned at least a dozen CD+R discs using this software up until the end of 2008. Did a new update in either Creator 9 or Vista remove CD+R support, and if so what is the reason?

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I have Roxio Creator 9.1.068 running on a Windows Vista system. Up until late last year (as of the end of November 2008 at least) I was able to burn audio projects created using Sound Editor onto my Lightscribe CD+R discs with no problem. I recently created a new project and tried to burn it as an audio CD. The Roxio burn window showed that I had a blank disc in the drive, but also said "Insert Disc." The OK button was greyed out so I couldn't start the burn. I tried putting another Lightscribe CD+R disc into my other lightscribe burner to see if it was a burner problem, but exactly the same thing happened. I then saved an image file (.c2d file) to hard drive to try to work my way around it. I double clicked the image file, and the Disc Copier window came up, but it still told me to insert a blank disc - this time it told me acceptable formats were CD-R, CD-RW, CD-RW high speed, or CD-RW ultra high speed. I then checked the Roxio help window on burning CDs, and it did not mention CD+R as being a supported format.

 

I have burned at least a dozen CD+R discs using this software up until the end of 2008. Did a new update in either Creator 9 or Vista remove CD+R support, and if so what is the reason?

 

Try downloading, and installing, the PX engine in this link:

 

http://kb.roxio.com/search.aspx?URL=/conte...0GN&PARAMS=

 

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