Windows Media Player, not able to burn audio CDs

Error DLA

I get a DLA error when you try to burn an audio cd but does not open anything else, as it suggests.  It seems to be part of a whole sound that I am not using.  I use Windows Media palayer.  No idea how to fix this?

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I get a DLA error when you try to burn an audio cd but does not open anything else, as it suggests.  It seems to be part of a whole sound that I am not using.  I use Windows Media palayer.  No idea how to fix this?

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