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Ive had this same thing happen to me over the years and ruined many CDs. Im not really sure why it does this unfortunately. I too have tried a few diffrent burning programs. Sometimes, however, Ive noticed tht its the same songs that mess up on each burn. Ive tried to reburn using diffrent songs and put the ones tht it skipped or were "blank" on on the new cd N it didnt work then either. The only solution I ever came up with was that it was the song itself wouldnt burn for some reason. Try redownloading the song from a diffrent site and see if the new one burns. I hope this helps some in your problem.
There is no easy answer to this. I know that I have problems when I burn CDs in any format using my computers DVD burner. Fortunately I also have a regular CD burner which seems to do a much better job. It may also be the CD player needs to be cleaned, seems that MP3 capable CD players are more sensitive when playing MP3 discs as opposed to regular CDs. There is really no other format that is widely supported (other than WMA) that will give you the capacity of a MP3.
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People hate going over the basics but gotta ask:
-Have you tried cleaning your read/write heads using a commercial cleaner?
-Do you have any problems reading CDs?
-What Brand of CDs are you using? If you're using the cheapies you should try a few quality brands such as HP or Fugi.
-Have you checked the drives manufacturers specifications for blank disks?
-What recording speed are you using? Try setting it lower and see if that has any effect.
-How much reading and writing have you done with this drive? They do wear out and CD only R/W drives have a history of not lasting long.
-Have you tried running a diagnostic on your drive? Here is a link to the Sony CD/DVD diagnostic tool. Meant for Sony drives but I have used this successfully on other drives - http://sony.storagesupport.com/cdrw/diagnostics.htm#dwn
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