Recently I have not been able to burn a CD with Windows Media Player: I get an error message: "Windows Media Player cannot find the file."

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I recently haven't been able to burn a CD with Windows Media Player (he worked last week, but not now). I get an error message "Windows Media Player cannot find the file. The link between the library item and its digital media file associated with may be broken. "Try to fix the link or delete the item. There is a web help option which says that to fix a link, you click on the blue icon next to the item, then click "Browse this article. But the only icon I see is a little blue triangle next to individual songs in the library pane or list, there is no icon next to the name of the playlist. Although the click with the right button on the blue triangle gives me a few options, "Browse this point" is not one of them. Does anyone have any ideas what is wrong and how can I sort it please!

Rick

original title: burning a CD problems

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(1) what version of Windows Media Player do you use?
(2) what is the model of your CD burner?
(3) you have the latest drivers for the CD burner?
(4) what type of file you are trying to burn?
(5) you receive error codes?
(6) what version of the operating system is installed on the computer?
(7) we get to a particular file?
 

Method 1: You can try to update the drivers of your CD burner visit the manufactures Web site.
 
Method 2: You can try to remove the CD, and then insert another CD and try to burn another file and check if the problem persists.
I hope this information helps!

Tags: Windows

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