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Every time i ty to burn a cd i get an error message saying slow down recording speed or try another brand of disc i have done this but i still get the same message

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Get a CD laser cleaning kit and clean the laser. If this does not work I strongly suspect the laser is going weak and can no longer properly burn in to the disks. I doubt it is a software fault. The fix is to change the drive to prove that the drive's laser is actualy going bad.


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Extract from your cd player manual:

"This CD player can play normal CDs p/us CD Recordable (CD-R)
and CD Rewriteable (CD-RW) discs. However the playability of CD-RIRW discs
may be affected by the type of software that was used in 'ripping' the tracks from
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Bite the bullet and rerecord the CD or try this - use a CD copy application on your PC. I use Sonic. The copying process can spend more time recovering errors than normal playback allows. Or try file copying. One function or the other might get back most if not all of your music.

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