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Problem With Cr_Rw With New Samsung Drive

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I have been using Roxio Creater 2011 successfully without any problems when creating Audio CD's.

 

But I recently upgraded by DVD drive to the Samsung SH-B123 - http://www.samsung.com/us/business/oem-solutions/storage-devices/odd/products/worlds-fastest-blu-ray-combo-drives.html

 

Now when I create CD-RW audio disks I get some noise corruption (e.g. pops and cracks), but if I use the Cyberlink Power2Go software that comes with the new drive there is no issue.

 

I am using Verbatim CD-RW 12X disks.

 

I assume there is some small incompatitbility with the Roxio software and the new drive?

 

Any ideas?

 

I have the latest drive firmware.

 

I am using Windows 7 64 bit if that matters.

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I have been using Roxio Creater 2011 successfully without any problems when creating Audio CD's.

 

But I recently upgraded by DVD drive to the Samsung SH-B123 - http://www.samsung.com/us/business/oem-solutions/storage-devices/odd/products/worlds-fastest-blu-ray-combo-drives.html

 

Now when I create CD-RW audio disks I get some noise corruption (e.g. pops and cracks), but if I use the Cyberlink Power2Go software that comes with the new drive there is no issue.

 

I am using Verbatim CD-RW 12X disks.

 

I assume there is some small incompatitbility with the Roxio software and the new drive?

 

Any ideas?

 

I have the latest drive firmware.

 

I am using Windows 7 64 bit if that matters.

 

Most folks use a CDR for a audio CD because most CD players don't like CD/RW's.

 

What speed are you burning the CD/RW's?

 

Are the source files the same for Roxio (e.g. pops and cracks) and Cyberlink Power2Go software (there is no issue)?

 

What are the source files?

 

Have to tried a CDR?

 

What application in Roxio are you using?

 

Do you have a full retail bought version of Creator 2011/Pro?

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Most folks use a CDR for a audio CD because most CD players don't like CD/RW's.

 

What speed are you burning the CD/RW's?

 

Are the source files the same for Roxio (e.g. pops and cracks) and Cyberlink Power2Go software (there is no issue)?

 

What are the source files?

 

Have to tried a CDR?

 

What application in Roxio are you using?

 

Do you have a full retail bought version of Creator 2011/Pro?

 

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

CD-R work ok, my problem is only with CR-RW (which I keep re-using for podcasts etc to listen to in the car whilst driving).

 

Burn speed is x10. Roxio only offers me this or max.

 

Source files are the same and they are MP3 files.

 

I am using "Burn Audio CDs" within Roxio Creator 2011 Pro.

 

Yes I purchased a full retail version and have all service packs installed.

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Thanks for the reply.

 

CD-R work ok, my problem is only with CR-RW (which I keep re-using for podcasts etc to listen to in the car whilst driving).

 

Burn speed is x10. Roxio only offers me this or max.

 

Source files are the same and they are MP3 files.

 

I am using "Burn Audio CDs" within Roxio Creator 2011 Pro.

 

Yes I purchased a full retail version and have all service packs installed.

 

How is Roxio and Cyberlink erasing them?

 

Under Music and Audio, Create, Create Music Disc Projects, try a Audio CD/RW burn there and see what happens?

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How is Roxio and Cyberlink erasing them?

 

Under Music and Audio, Create, Create Music Disc Projects, try a Audio CD/RW burn there and see what happens?

 

Both Roxio and Cyberlink erase them without a problem.

 

I tried Create Music Disc Projects and that works. Thank you for the suggestion.

 

So why does Create Music Disc Projects work but Burn Audio CDs not?

 

Thanks

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Both Roxio and Cyberlink erase them without a problem.

 

I tried Create Music Disc Projects and that works. Thank you for the suggestion.

 

So why does Create Music Disc Projects work but Burn Audio CDs not?

 

Thanks

 

 

You said it did work with a CDR!

 

Good question, sometimes you never find the problem.

 

I will try a audio CD with Burn Audio CDs using a CD/RW and see if I can duplicate your problem.

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So why does Create Music Disc Projects work but Burn Audio CDs not?

 

The Music Disc Creator is a separate, mature Roxio program. Burn Audio CDs is an abbreviated/simplified Sonic module built into the Home [menu] application.

 

My guess is that Music Disc Creator is a better program.

 

Brendon

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You said it did work with a CDR!

 

Good question, sometimes you never find the problem.

 

I will try a audio CD with Burn Audio CDs using a CD/RW and see if I can duplicate your problem.

 

Hi, did you manage to replicate the problem?

 

I have done some further testing and the problem occurs with both Create Music Disc Projects and Burn Audio CDs (despite initially thinking it was ok with Create Music Disc Projects).

 

With the first burn of a CD-RW it works ok without any sound corruption but on subsequent burns there is sound corruption.

 

I wonder whether Roxio 11 does not erase the disk properly first.

 

Thanks

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Thanks for the link but this is not the problem. I get audio problems with the disk in multiple CD players including my car if I burn with Roxio 2011. Not a WMP issue this one.

 

Do CD-R's work correctly?

 

Why use a RW disc?

 

Most commercial CD Players and auto players won't play them RW's or have trouble with them.

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