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So a CD compiled and burned with ROXIO Creator will not copy?

Gee that's HANDY. :huh:

It happily burns the cd with all the track info but the tracks are BLANK?

Nice coaster maker!

 

Good thing this doesn't happen with DVDs or I'd have gotten my money back a long time ago.

 

Who says so? :blink:

I have made many a copy of CDs burned with EMC 10 :rolleyes:

 

Perhaps if you were to supply some information on what you are trying to do, what you are doing, etc, someone can help you.

At the moment we don't even know what program you are using

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So a CD compiled and burned with ROXIO Creator will not copy?

Gee that's HANDY. :huh:

It happily burns the cd with all the track info but the tracks are BLANK?

Nice coaster maker!

 

Good thing this doesn't happen with DVDs or I'd have gotten my money back a long time ago.

 

 

Roxio 10, audio cd.

I compile a cd from other cds, burn that cd. (Stuff recorded off old cassette tapes)

The burned cd will not copy.

Tried several times.

 

Sometimes it goes through the whole burning procedure with a blank cd, (that "plays"but no sound is heard on a cd player).

Sometimes it just spits out the cd.

 

Hey, I hope I'm screwing up, but I doubt it.

 

 

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Roxio 10, audio cd.

I compile a cd from other cds, burn that cd. (Stuff recorded off old cassette tapes)

The burned cd will not copy.

Tried several times.

 

Sometimes it goes through the whole burning procedure with a blank cd, (that "plays"but no sound is heard on a cd player).

Sometimes it just spits out the cd.

 

Hey, I hope I'm screwing up, but I doubt it.

 

I can't quite follow you. Are you saying that the first compiled CD plays, but you can't make another copy of that same CD? If that is the case, since you didn't say what program you used to try to make an additional copy, I suggest using Copy Disc, which is in the Copy category.

 

If the first compiled CD does not play, then use Music Disc Creator, to make, and burn, your compilation.

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I can't quite follow you. Are you saying that the first compiled CD plays, but you can't make another copy of that same CD? If that is the case, since you didn't say what program you used to try to make an additional copy, I suggest using Copy Disc, which is in the Copy category.

 

If the first compiled CD does not play, then use Music Disc Creator, to make, and burn, your compilation.

 

The first disc was created by the audio disc program and plays fine.

Tried to copy the CD in "Disc Copy".

 

This results in a CD with the time info and titles, but no SOUND.

 

I imported a file into an editing program and it's just a flat line!

 

Weird, huh?

 

I can re-rip the CD and burn another disc with same files, but that's kind of a drag.

 

 

Thanks for the help; I wouldn't have posted here if I thought it was an isolated incident, bad disc, etc.

 

Thanks for the help.

Ron

 

 

 

 

 

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Got you guys stumped I see.

Just tried this again, same result.

Looks like a some kind of copyright protection thing.

A cd compiled with CD Creator WILL NOT COPY.

The last cd I compiled was from tapes so I don't know what's going on.

 

 

I renamed all the files with the audio cd creator before burning; maybe that's the problem.

I'm not sure how many cds I want to waste experimenting.

 

Hard to believe no one else has had this basic problem :blink: before.

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Got you guys stumped I see.

Just tried this again, same result.

Looks like a some kind of copyright protection thing.

A cd compiled with CD Creator WILL NOT COPY.

The last cd I compiled was from tapes so I don't know what's going on.

 

 

I renamed all the files with the audio cd creator before burning; maybe that's the problem.

I'm not sure how many cds I want to waste experimenting.

 

Hard to believe no one else has had this basic problem :blink: before.

 

Try using Music Disc Creator, and if the first one burns okay, burn another one, before closing out of MDC.

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Try using Music Disc Creator, and if the first one burns okay, burn another one, before closing out of MDC.

 

 

Yeah, ok, but the whole point is storing data (Music) on CDs , not on the HD.

I burned a CD with MDC, it plays fine but does the same weird thing in Disc copy.

It puts the track numbers and timecodes on the CD but the tracks are BLANK :mellow:

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Yeah, ok, but the whole point is storing data (Music) on CDs , not on the HD.

I burned a CD with MDC, it plays fine but does the same weird thing in Disc copy.

It puts the track numbers and timecodes on the CD but the tracks are BLANK :mellow:

 

The whole point of the thread was getting a CD to burn, and then to copy it to another CD. I told you exactly what to do, in Music Disc Creator. Why the hell didn't you do it, instead of going back to what doesn't work for you? :blink::blink::blink::blink::blink:

 

Pay attention to what you are reading!!!!!!!!

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Got you guys stumped I see.

Just tried this again, same result.

Looks like a some kind of copyright protection thing.

A cd compiled with CD Creator WILL NOT COPY.

The last cd I compiled was from tapes so I don't know what's going on.

 

 

I renamed all the files with the audio cd creator before burning; maybe that's the problem.

I'm not sure how many cds I want to waste experimenting.

 

Hard to believe no one else has had this basic problem :blink: before.

Ronkleim,

 

If we put the work-arounds off to one side, you should be able to copy any normal audio CD with the EMC 10 Home Application's Copy > Copy Disc. That's this one.

[Creator Classic can't handle audio nowadays :( and Disc Copier has been removed :( ]

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I've just gone and done it, and it worked fine. It even copied over the CD-Text entries I had on the CD. I copied a commercial CD, and one I made in Music Disc Creator [MDC] and they copied fine, too.

 

The thing is, on everyone else's machine this does work. On yours it doesn't, so you have a problem with the software on your machine. Something has been broken - perhaps one of those little DLLs in the writing engine, or a registry entry has been corrupted.

 

I would be very hard pressed to put my finger on the cause of your problem because I've never seen that problem before, nor do I remember seeing a user reporting it here. That being the case, I can make two suggestions to avoid you having to waste heaps of your time on this.

[1] Go for a work-around. This is not satisfactory, but saves your time.

[2] Put your software back into the factory condition by doing a complete uninstall, removing the fragments, followed by a reinstall. There are procedures recommended for this in the EMC 10 forum. This uses some time, but if done properly to the letter of the instructions it should make the software work properly once more. It's definitely quicker than trying to examine each DLL and your entire registry for signs of corruption.

 

 

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I DID EXACTLY WHAT YOU SUGGESTED AND IT DIDN"T WORK.

I"M NOT AN IDIOT

 

I am not saying you are an idiot. Let me see if I have this right. You burned a music CD successfully, in Music Disc Creator. You left Music Disc Creator open, pulled out the successfully burned CD, and put in a blank CD.

 

You then burned another CD, using the same setup that you successfully burned the first one, and it didn't work?

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I am not saying you are an idiot. Let me see if I have this right. You burned a music CD successfully, in Music Disc Creator. You left Music Disc Creator open, pulled out the successfully burned CD, and put in a blank CD.

 

You then burned another CD, using the same setup that you successfully burned the first one, and it didn't work?

 

I'm sure that would have worked, thanks.

The point is I am trying to copy a disc from another disc.

 

Looks like I have some corrupted files in ROXIO CREATOR as suggested.

 

Thanks guys, it's been a long day.

 

 

:wacko:

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Windows Explorer will only copy data files, and ronkleim is dealing with CD Audio discs.

 

Ronkleim, it's all very well claiming you have us stumped and posting a smiley, but I still don't think you can ignore post #12.

 

If you have better conclusions/solutions we would be very happy to see them.

 

 

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Windows Explorer will only copy data files, and ronkleim is dealing with CD Audio discs.

 

Ronkleim, it's all very well claiming you have us stumped and posting a smiley, but I still don't think you can ignore post #12.

 

If you have better conclusions/solutions we would be very happy to see them.

 

I'm not claiming to stump anyone I guess. :glare:

 

I just wanted to copy a cd without the hassle of re-ripping.

 

I realize there are plenty of work arounds, it's just that I think I did genuinely find something that wasn't working right.

with my system.

 

 

Sounds like a headache to re- install Roxio since 99.9% of it seems to be working.

 

 

Goodnight and have a pleasant tomorrow :rolleyes:

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I am using EMC7.5 and have found that certain productions cannot be COPIED. Music was downloaded from iTunes. I am convinced that certain music is encrypted so that it cannot be copied. You can download it onto your computer and add it to a production; you can burn originals, but these DVDs or CDs CANNOT BE COPIED! Perhaps this is what you are encountering?

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I am using EMC7.5 and have found that certain productions cannot be COPIED. Music was downloaded from iTunes. I am convinced that certain music is encrypted so that it cannot be copied. You can download it onto your computer and add it to a production; you can burn originals, but these DVDs or CDs CANNOT BE COPIED! Perhaps this is what you are encountering?

 

Yes, I did download some of the files from a site that allows .mp3 downloads.

But I'm not 100% sure other cds don't have copy issues.

At this point, I'll just work around it since I can re-rip the cd and burn anyway.

It just seemed WEIRD

 

I can't waste tons of cdrs experimenting.

I have generally been very happy with ROXIO.

 

Can you copy a data disc using Disc Copy?

Yeah, I copy other discs and dvds I've created all the time.

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Sorry to hear that Ron. :(

 

The Device Manager can only tell you if the interface is up and going and all the drivers seem to be connecting properly. If a parrot falls off its perch in the mechanical section the drive will be unserviceable but Device Manager won't know.

 

Luckily there are some good buys to be had at the moment, and I wish you well with the purchase.

It would be interesting to know if the replacement drive can copy that CD. :)

 

 

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