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(hoping this is the right area to get the most views and answers)


Anyways, i have an issue with burning audio cd's, and i was hoping you could help.


Over the past week, i have burnt about six or seven cd's, and not one of them has burnt perfectly. They are all audio cd's, and not one of them is without a scratch/jump/skip. Some tracks come out fine, but others have seconds missing and it drives me mad!

I've tried writing the cd's at different speeds, slowest through to fastest. I've tried with and without the cd labels and such. And i've tried two different brands of blank disc, both equal in speed and volume.

I use Nero 7 Ultra, with a Sony DVD RW AW-G170A (IDE) optical drive. I have also tried CDBurnerXP, but this has also given me troubles with regards to the amount of tracks i can put on a disc.


Anyways, can anybody help me out? Would the skipping and jumping on the finalised cd's be down to the Software or Hardware?? Or could it be something i haven't thought about??



Please help a brother out, trying to drive to jumpy audio is unfuriating!
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well did you try playing the burnt cd's on different players? the problem could be with the player isntead of the cd.
    
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Ah yes have tried that too. 2 different cd players in the house, and one in the car.


I also forgot to mention, that on the last cd i burnt, it managed to leave out an entire track!
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Try replacing the drive, and see if the replacement one burns fine. Buy one at a local store, try it out, if it still skips, return it, and u know it's at least not a hardware problem
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Try replacing the drive, and see if the replacement one burns fine. Buy one at a local store, try it out, if it still skips, return it, and u know it's at least not a hardware problem
...or borrow one from a friend, plug it in and check.
    
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Can't borrow one, none of my friends are nerds, and they all have laptops.

And as for buying one to test, if i did that i dont think i'd bother taking it back. That will be my final option.
post #7 of 7
have you tried different blank CDs? It could also be a bad batch of CD's. Sometimes certain DVD/CD writers just dont work right with certain brands of blank media. This is a very small possibilty but possible. Have you tried updating the firmware of the drive? The only other thing I could think of besides the drive going bad is try burning at a lower speed. Hopefully you can figure this out
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