I can not burn an Audio disc with Media Player 11

My system = XP (SP3), 3 GB of RAM, Intel CPU G620

Media Player 11 will not burn a playlist.

I dragged a list of MP3 files to a playlist for burning.  However, when I click on the button burn, WMP11 starts to burn apparently the first track on the list but then stops at 96%. I tried at different speeds, the media and even a CD - RW and the same thing happens.
Curiously, that WMP11 is burning track 1, the progress bar indicates "finalize disc". This would seem a strange message because it is just the first piece of 10 and so has not yet reached the end of the list.
After the burn hangs at 96% for a few seconds, I get the error message;
"Windows media player cannot burn the files to the CD. Check that the disc is clean and not damaged. If necessary, select a slower recording speed or try a different brand of blank discs.
HOWEVER, I also have NERO 7 and I have absolutely no problems burning the same Audio disc.
It's extremely frustrating and I would appreciate some advice on this.
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I decided to go back to WMP 9 and then reinstalling WMP11

Now, everything works as it should!
However, I found an absolutely terrible navigation in WMP11 - sometimes I don't know where to go for a task. Nero - although his gripes - is a breeze in comparison.

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