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Hi,

this could be several things.
1:) the console does not recognise or support the format, in which the cds are being ripped in. i.e WAV/Mpeg3/Avi et,c.
2:) The disk is not being Finalized ( session ended Table-Of-Contents not Written )
3:) The console does not like the type of media/cd/dvd you are using.

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Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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