Media Player does not burn the audio (wav) files on the disk, or play "" CD error ".

Media Player was working fine until recently. Now when I hit the button "Start burn" the burn starts momentarily, the time of the audio files is displayed, but when I insert the CD in the drive, it reads 'CD error' and there is no sound. I recently installed a new security package (Webroot) but none of my other software has been affected. Tab of computability, I noticed that it is set to windows 95 (I have windows 7), but the program does not allow me to change it. I checked for driver updates, but the computer says that all drivers are current and the device works correctly. any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Hi Mike,.

I suggest you to change the settings while burning the files using Windows Media player.

Check out the link to do so:

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Media-Player-CD-DVD-burning-settings#1TC=Windows-7

For troubleshooting further, you can also follow the link suggestions:

http://answers.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/Forum/Windows_7-windows_programs/Windows-Media-Player-error-while-burning-CD-help/24026285-bebd-4b2d-beb2-77ff50b88030?page=1

Please let us know if the problem still persists.

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