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I completed a search and see where others have had the "Please Insert Disk" concern, but mine has a new twist. It only happens when I am trying to burn a CD using Creator 2009's Music Disk Creator. I recently went through the process of attempting to convert some mp3 files to cda. All I could get when I selected Burn was "Please Insert Disk". The drive is recognized by Music Creator.

 

The drive works fine with every other system demand regardless of application and all prior Creator 2009 demands. Tried multiple media with no luck. Go figure here.

 

Oh by the way,

 

Windows Vista SP2

Tsst corpCD/DVDWTS_H652M ATA Device

 

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Dave thanks for your timely reply.

 

PX Engine 4 didn't help.

 

I have now even tried a work around using Sound editor. That was unsuccessful.

 

I was not aware of SP4. Unfortunately I will have to wait a while to download it. The file is 52.5 MB and I am on an antique DUN here in rural America. It would take me about 5 hours and that's if the download connection held. I will have to make arrangements with friends from work to download it on their wireless rural connection. It will be only take a 1/2 hour and the signal will be most likely to be stable.

 

I also want to report that I was able to use Creator today to once again backup my Quicken. It must be a music application issue.

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Dave thanks for your timely reply.

 

PX Engine 4 didn't help.

 

I have now even tried a work around using Sound editor. That was unsuccessful.

 

I was not aware of SP4. Unfortunately I will have to wait a while to download it. The file is 52.5 MB and I am on an antique DUN here in rural America. It would take me about 5 hours and that's if the download connection held. I will have to make arrangements with friends from work to download it on their wireless rural connection. It will be only take a 1/2 hour and the signal will be most likely to be stable.

 

I also want to report that I was able to use Creator today to once again backup my Quicken. It must be a music application issue.

 

The PX 4 engine won't fix squat. Download and try the PX 3 engine.

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Just tried that and it didn't work either.

 

Also GPB if I may, handsome grandchildren you have there. Be proud. I sure am of mine.

 

DA

 

Thank you, and I am proud of them. Wish I could see them more than we get to.

 

And, it is strange that the PX 3 engine didn't fix the problem.

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I completed a search and see where others have had the "Please Insert Disk" concern, but mine has a new twist. It only happens when I am trying to burn a CD using Creator 2009's Music Disk Creator. I recently went through the process of attempting to convert some mp3 files to cda. All I could get when I selected Burn was "Please Insert Disk". The drive is recognized by Music Creator.

 

The drive works fine with every other system demand regardless of application and all prior Creator 2009 demands. Tried multiple media with no luck. Go figure here.

 

Oh by the way,

 

Windows Vista SP2

Tsst corpCD/DVDWTS_H652M ATA Device

 

 

What type of project was chosen when opening Music Disk Creator?

 

What firmware version is the drive showing?

 

Post a link to your PC manufacture showing the drive please.

 

cd

 

 

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What type of project was chosen when opening Music Disk Creator?

 

What firmware version is the drive showing?

 

Post a link to your PC manufacture showing the drive please.

 

cd

 

Since I was creating a CD disk (converting MP3 files in doing so) I selected Project Type>Create Audio CD

 

Driver is the original MS 6.0.6001.18000 (longhorn_rtm. 080118-1840} which has been effective in anything I have previously done including data burning with Creator 2009.

 

Belarc reports the drive being TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H652M ATA Device [CD-ROM drive] which concurs with the Device Manager.

 

Missed this in an earlier post:

 

HP a6040n

 

DA

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