Windows media seems to have it all figured out. Just click on the “copy to CD” in Media Player and you have a great mix, right?
OK. Well they sure have the best software, since Media Player is the only devise that has allowed me to actually make a CD so far [2 actually. I do have something that came with my Toshiba called RoxioEasy CD Creator, but it seem totally cluesless and has never been able to make a music CD for me. I have created a few playlists with it, but Roxy just isn’t coming through for me when it comes time to copy.]
BUT: there are always problems with MS. I am looking at a stack of CD-ROMs that have been half written by Meida Player and may never be reformated or usable at any time in the future. It is aparent that some of the files are corrupt. They read an error during the “convertng” stage. Others can not get past the “copy” stage. I think that when there are errors in the copy stage the CD becomes half written, uninitialized and is unusable.
NOW! What am I doing wrong?!
FURTHERMORE, it would appear that some CD-ROMS can not be read by many CD players. Can anyone share their experiences to make this any easier for me?
Moderator’s Note: I changed the title of this thread so more people could benefit from the discussion.