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when I click on audio cd there is no quick scan if i go to add fles it brings up win explorr but when i highlight an album it says search found no files. I download from amazon and never had an issue

 

The easiest solution is to use "Create Audio Projects"

 

PS Burn CD works the same for me. Did you notice that straight mp3 files are not listed as supported files?

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PS Burn CD works the same for me. Did you notice that straight mp3 files are not listed as supported files?

 

Steve,

Burn Audio CD works as expected on my system. MP3 is shown as a supported file type [different from yours] and MP3 files show in the 'Add Files' explorer box.

 

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There is something different about your system with respect to MP3s. What can it be?

 

Brendon

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Steve,

Burn Audio CD works as expected on my system. MP3 is shown as a supported file type [different from yours] and MP3 files show in the 'Add Files' explorer box.

 

post-208-095440400 1335730966.jpg

 

 

 

There is something different about your system with respect to MP3s. What can it be?

 

Brendon

 

Ah yes, mine is kaput. I forgot that I had that issue and have never been able to resolved it. Notice the control just peeking out from the bottom of your directory? I don't have that even after several reinstalls over several months. I wonder if mine was from an earlier version that never got uninstalled even after a clean uninstall and Revo !

 

Look at the list of supported files. There are other differences also.

 

Sorry. I wonder what the OP sees.? unsure.gif

 

This is a better image of my page:

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The OP attached a low-res .BMP, Steve.

 

It shows the same view as yours in post #4, with a list of supported filetypes that's identical to yours. The only difference is his screenclip shows Roxio Creator 2012 instead of the Pro version.

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The OP attached a low-res .BMP, Steve.

 

It shows the same view as yours in post #4, with a list of supported filetypes that's identical to yours. The only difference is his screenclip shows Roxio Creator 2012 instead of the Pro version.

 

 

I couldn't see it the first time I looked. I'm not sure why. I can see it now. ! unsure.gif

 

My first suggestion still stands. Use "Create Music Disc Projects". There is more flexibility in that application anyway.

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