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Non-Computer Device (Car Or Home Stereo) Reads On Continuous Track On Multi-Track Cd


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When I burn a collection of mp3s into a cd using the "burn audio cds" option it will indicate at the end of the burning process "success," but when the cd is put into a non-computer device (car or office stereo) it reads initially multiple tracks (e.g., "22"), but when played it reads "1" whereby all tracks play continuously at track "1". If you try to forward, all other tracks read have no sound and then a no cd error.

 

I recently purchased (just days ago) Roxio 2011, version 1.3.166 SP1;5.0.0.0 Computer: Dell Inspiron 570 running Windows 7

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When I burn a collection of mp3s into a cd using the "burn audio cds" option it will indicate at the end of the burning process "success," but when the cd is put into a non-computer device (car or office stereo) it reads initially multiple tracks (e.g., "22"), but when played it reads "1" whereby all tracks play continuously at track "1". If you try to forward, all other tracks read have no sound and then a no cd error.

 

I recently purchased (just days ago) Roxio 2011, version 1.3.166 SP1;5.0.0.0 Computer: Dell Inspiron 570 running Windows 7

 

Are you getting the same thing in "Create Music Disc Projects"?

 

Are you uisng a reasonable quality CD manufacturer? It almost sound like you have a bad disc. Are you using a rewritable disc?

 

If you explore the disc what do you see on it? There should be a bunch of cda files; that is a directory so there is no music if you try to play one.

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Are you getting the same thing in "Create Music Disc Projects"?

 

Are you uisng a reasonable quality CD manufacturer? It almost sound like you have a bad disc. Are you using a rewritable disc?

 

If you explore the disc what do you see on it? There should be a bunch of cda files; that is a directory so there is no music if you try to play one.

 

I am using "Create Music projects", project type, "CD Audio." The CD maker is Memorex CD-R 40x-700MB 80min. I have used them successfully with earlier versions of this program.

 

The computer recognizes the CD, the the names of the tracks are not listed, despite me adding the "CD text" option in "project setting." The tracks do play and are separated out.

 

 

I saw I similar situation here on this site:

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/73382-the-audio-cds-which-i-create-will-not-split-into-individual-tracks/

 

Any help would be great.

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I am using "Create Music projects", project type, "CD Audio." The CD maker is Memorex CD-R 40x-700MB 80min. I have used them successfully with earlier versions of this program.

 

The computer recognizes the CD, the the names of the tracks are not listed, despite me adding the "CD text" option in "project setting." The tracks do play and are separated out.

 

 

I saw I similar situation here on this site:

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/73382-the-audio-cds-which-i-create-will-not-split-into-individual-tracks/

 

Any help would be great.

 

 

Put the disc in a drive open C2011, tools, get disc information.

 

What does it say about the disc?

 

Below is a audio CD looking at it in get disc information.

 

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When I burn a collection of mp3s into a cd using the "burn audio cds" option

 

It shows just like mine a audio CD with 22 tracks. Why your player won't recognize and play it like that I don't understand. Try other players.

 

Do you mean the top one Burn Audio CD's?

 

Try using Create Music Disc Projects.

 

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I had already used the burn "cd audio" and "create music cd projects, both resulted in the merged track being read in cd players that have read cds I have burned with Roxio 9. What I don't understand is that with Roxio 9 I didn't have this problem. I even have CDs, same brand, that were burned with different versions (9 &11 ), with different results.

 

I trying to figure out what changed, because it doesn't make sense to me either.

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Ok, I think via process of elimination and contacting Dell I am seeing some daylight here.

 

After talking to their tech person and using "Windows Media Player" I was able to burn a music cd successfully with out a standard cd player playing all the tracks continuously, while only reading (displaying one track).

 

The Dell tech person tried several things, but could not get Roxio 2011 to do the same.

 

There seems to be some incompatibility issue going on that I do not think has been picked up yet. This is ironic, given I got a discount on Roxio 2011 via recently purchasing computer, Dell Inspiron 570.

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