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WestTex

Can't Drag And Drop Files To Burn Cd's

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When attempting to burn a CD, the drag and drop file function does nothing. No files appear in the window to be burned. Have tried both wave and MP3 files. Same result. Using Windows 7.

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When attempting to burn a CD, the drag and drop file function does nothing. No files appear in the window to be burned. Have tried both wave and MP3 files. Same result. Using Windows 7.

 

Are you talking about Roxio Burn? If so, that is designed only for data discs. An mp3 disc may be played but I don't believe that a audio cd (wav files) can be played. Watch this. Does this help?

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When attempting to burn a CD, the drag and drop file function does nothing. No files appear in the window to be burned. Have tried both wave and MP3 files. Same result. Using Windows 7.

 

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Thanks for posting that. It confirms that the application will not burn a disc that can be played on a cd player; from what I read, it will burn a disc that you can play on your computer (default audio or video player). It should allow a mp3 disc to be played since that is a data type disc.

 

To WestTx, use one of the audio programs to burn your audio cd. I suggest "Create a Music Disc Project". It is not drag and drop and you would not be able to add more files once the project is burned.

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Thanks for posting that. It confirms that the application will not burn a disc that can be played on a cd player; from what I read, it will burn a disc that you can play on your computer (default audio or video player). It should allow a mp3 disc to be played since that is a data type disc.

 

To WestTx, use one of the audio programs to burn your audio cd. I suggest "Create a Music Disc Project". It is not drag and drop and you would not be able to add more files once the project is burned.

 

You're welcome, you need to re-read it tho...... :huh:

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