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Unable To Play, Burn Or Rip Any Roxio Data Cd


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I see you like your own post !

 

What kind of data cd did you make - an mp3 disc? Did you have video on it? Just plain old data? What application did you use?

<<<i burned recorded music from my mobile recorder. The songs were downloaded & filed on my laptop. when i went to burn the songs the Only format that even worked was DATA mp3 the disc i used - CD-R 1x52x
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<<<i burned recorded music from my mobile recorder. The songs were downloaded & filed on my laptop. when i went to burn the songs the Only format that even worked was DATA mp3 the disc i used - CD-R 1x52x

>>> also i'm new @ this. It used 2b much easier to burn & rip when i had media player 7. Now i can't even burn discs right usin Real Player. btw I did burn 3 discs on Real Player but only 1 of those will play. I don't know what i'm doin. That's why i'm on roxio forums. O yea. u Bet i Liked my own Q. for me it just says i think i am askin legit Qs even if my Qs are stupid to others. I count on Forums to help me figure out what i'm doing wrong..
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>>> also i'm new @ this. It used 2b much easier to burn & rip when i had media player 7. Now i can't even burn discs right usin Real Player. btw I did burn 3 discs on Real Player but only 1 of those will play. I don't know what i'm doin. That's why i'm on roxio forums. O yea. u Bet i Liked my own Q. for me it just says i think i am askin legit Qs even if my Qs are stupid to others. I count on Forums to help me figure out what i'm doing wrong..

 

I commented on the "Like" because someone (perhaps you) clicked on the red "Like This" near the bottom of each post.. Perhaps it wasn't you.

 

I would suspect that the bit rate of the mp3 files is the problem. Make sure they all 128 kbps. Anything much higher or lower than that will be a problem for some programs. I know you are using cds but make sure you are buying good quality discs and burning at a rate lower than the maximum. Also make sure your hard drive (unless it is solid state) is defragged/optimized.

 

Let us know what bit rate the mp3s are. . Right click on a couple of the files and select details to find out.

 

I'm assuming that the mp3 files are from a source that doesn't have copy protection on them (like some from ITunes).

 

Have you talked to RealPlayer about this or looked at their web site. Real is a very proprietary format that not many other software packages will handle the format. If they are RL format, then that will give you issues trying to convert to a standard mp3 format.

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Hey guys. This is the general part of the forum where there doesn't have to be any Roxio product involved. That is why I commented on Real Player since he mentioned that above..

 

Hi Steve,

 

the header of this topic is: -

Unable To Play, Burn Or Rip Any Roxio Data Cd.

That's why we're asking which Roxio product the OP is using.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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