BURN AN AUDIO CD

TRY TO BURN A CD, SOUND DOES NOT LET ME BURN, THE START BUTTON TO BURN DOES NOT WORK. WHAT CAN BE?

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Hi Ejbeats,

·         What application are you using to burn CDs?

·         Were you able to burn CDs before?

·         Recent changes on the computer?

You can follow the step if you are using the player below.

The button may be dimmed if you have not added the titles to the list of burn. If none of the files have been added to the list the button remains grayed out.

To burn an audio CD to do the following:

1. click on the burn tab, click the arrow below the burn tab, and then click Audio CD (this is the default choice).

2. Insert a blank CD - R disc into your CD burner.

3. If necessary, click on the button component to clear the list to remove all items from the previous burn list.

4. find the items in your library that you want to copy to the audio CD.

5. to create a burn list, drag items from the pane (pane in the middle of the library) information to the list (to the right of the library pane) pane.

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/burn-a-CD-or-DVD-in-Windows-Media-Player

http://support.Microsoft.com/GP/cd_dvd_drive_problems

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