trouble trying to burn an audio cd... I've done it before, but all of a sudden it won't let me.

When I try to burn a cd, it goes up to 99% complete then says that Windows Media Player has encountered an error when burning. Check that the burner is connected properly and that the disc is clean and not damaged. so, how can ensure me that the burner is connected?


When I try to burn a cd, it goes up to 99% complete then says that Windows Media Player has encountered an error when burning. Check that the burner is connected properly and that the disc is clean and not damaged. so, how can ensure me that the burner is connected?

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