Problems burning an audio cd by using windows 7. error message: windows media player cannot burn some files. To investigate the problem, click on the icon next to the selection to burn the files. (Nothing beside files?)

I am trying to burn an audio cd after that installation of windows 7 upgraded with windows media player.  It will not work I get the error message. cannot burn some of the files?  very frustrating.  thanx

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