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Tadju50

2011 Pro - Sound Editor Won't "burn Audio Disk"

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When I am finished editing music audio, the left-hand pane offers "Burn Audio Disk" but when I click it, it keeps asking for a blank disk. "Burn Audio Disk" is also in the "File" toolbar menu but does the same thing, keeps asking to insert a blank disk. I am inserting blank disks. Any ideas or confirmation of this problem ? Thank you for any reply.

I using 2011 Creator Pro and "Burn Audio Disk" in the Sound Editor would be a real helpful time saver.

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What kind of discs are you trying to burn to? It has to be a cd and not a DVD.

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My Creator 2011 Pro, does yours work in this manner?

 

 

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Yes I am using quality 80min 700MB CDs by Maxell, Sony and Memorex. Roxio Sound Editor "Burn Audio Disk" says "Insert Blank Disk" each time.

I have made many Audio CDs using this laptop CD-DVD RW burner and Windows 7 Media Player.

But there is another development since your note: I tried my USB external CD-DVD Burner with the same disks and it "Burned Audio CD" from Roxio Sound Editor OK.

So it appears the Roxio Sound Editor sees the internal drive disk as "Not Blank" while it sees the external drive disk as "Blank and Ready".

Thank you for your response as it got me thinking.

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Try burning to the internal burner from other Roxio apps?

 

It could be a filter issue or your burner may have went broken?

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