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Ripping problems when ripping burnt cd to xbox all songs off cd will not copy

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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.

thankyou for using Fixya.

Mike @ compurepair.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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I'm trying to add music and videos


Xbox 360 1) Insert the Music Disk into the 360.

2) A screen should appear with it showing a visualization picture and showing the tracks (songs).
If it doesn't appear, go to the dashboard scroll across to the Multimedia section and go to Music.

3) Up the top of the screen it says options like "Burn and Rip".
Choose "Rip" and it'll copy the songs from the disk onto the 360. Give it time to finish.

4) And it should say your done. And it's saved onto your 360.

To listen while playing; When you are in the game, press the xbox guide button (the X button in the middle of the controller that has the green light) and wait till that screen pops up on the side of the screen.
Then Scroll down to where it says (I think it says Music) but you'll see the "Pause, Play and Skip etc... music buttons, and choose "Select Music" and then it'll expand and take you to the music library (In your hardrive) And just choose the song.
And it'll take you back to the gamer tag picture, like before, and press the Xbox guide button and you're back to your game - while the song plays throughout.

And it wont take you away from your game.
Hope I helped ?

Playstation 3 ok, you can put music from a cd onto a ps3. heres how.
put the cd you want into the ps3 then go to music then go to audio cd. instead of x to view the tracks hit triangle and select copy. the ps3 can take songs from a cd and put it on the hard drive

you can take songs from the computer and put it on a ps3, heres how.

first, you need a flash drive (if ur not tech savvy, its a lil usb thing that holds information. make sure its a decent size ( 1gb would be best but more or less is ok). then go to my computer on the computer and you should see removable disk. click that. now drag and drop all the songs you want to move to your ps3. once ur done, take the flash drive out and put it in the ps3. go to music and select usb device, however hit triangle and hit display all and it will show you all the music files. hit triangle again and select copy multiple and get all the songs you want from the flash drive

and yes, you can download songs from the internet of a ps3, heres how

heres some of the sites i use
mp3realm.org yourmp3.net emp3world.com
find a song you like and click the song link. when you do, hover over the link and hit triangle then go to file and select save target. certain files cant be downloaded because keep in mind that it needs to be an.mp3 file for it to be directly downloaded and ready to use (and since you cant rename files on a ps3, you can always download it to a flash drive and change the file name on the pc and then put it back on the ps3)

Jun 14, 2011 | Video Game Consoles

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To download music from a cd


  1. Put the disc in and it will start playing, bringing up the Now Playing part of the Media Blade.
  2. Select Rip CD (it's somewhere on that screen).
  3. Choose the tracks you want to rip (using the tick boxes) and press done.
  4. Enter the Album information. It will start ripping.
  5. You can change song information while it rips.

Feb 22, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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The Xbox plays the music with the song names and everything but the Rip button is faded and won't rip.


It has to be a disc in order for it to rip. If you are playing a mp3 or other device it cannot rip.

Dec 29, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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How to save songs from portable devices or data compact discs to the hard drive?


It's plug and play only for the xbox, you could rip a cd of the songs and initially burn it onto your xbox hard drive.Other than that, there is no other solution.

Oct 18, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Console

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How do you creait a playlist


You must first Rip your albums or Mix CD's to your Xbox, insert an album and click on Rip CD to save it to your Hard Drive, play an album and click on edit or save playlist below the play/stop/forward/ buttons, and get rid of songs you don't want if needed. While playing that album still, back out with the red "b" button on your controller and back up until you are back at albums, now click on it, select another album, and choose "add to current playlist" or "add to playlist" and it will now stack that album on the bottom of the first. Again you can edit and delete or organize songs, then save playlist. Now you can name it and when you go to saved playlists instead of Albums, it will be there. Anymore trouble, please email me at xxsodasipperxx@yahoo.com

Jul 09, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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X box 360 wont rip all songs from music cd.


http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/knowledgecenter/howto/mp11/xbox360towmp11xp_stepbystep.aspx

you can always try streaming the music from your pc to the xbox, look on the link above for more info

I think the problem you are having may be protected content,
songs that have embedded content protection may not transfer to the Xbox 360.

Sorry I cannot be of anymore assistance

Feb 06, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Custom soundtracks


It's amazing how great music can enhance any game, particularly action games. As the movie industry has known for about a century, music can make a bad video experience seem a lot better. Xbox is the only video game device that lets you add your own custom soundtracks to your favorite games. Here's how: Insert an audio CD into the Xbox optical drive. Access the Music menu from the Xbox dashboard display. Select Music > Audio CD > Copy, then choose the Copy menu. Select the tracks you want, using Play or Pause commands to audition songs. Choose Copy, and Xbox will store the songs on the hard disk. Then insert your game disc and load the songs using the game's setup menu. P.s Not all Xbox games support the custom soundtrack features, but many of the most popular ones do.

Nov 20, 2005 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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Custom soundtracks


It's amazing how great music can enhance any game, particularly action games. As the movie industry has known for about a century, music can make a bad video experience seem a lot better. Xbox is the only video game device that lets you add your own custom soundtracks to your favorite games. Here's how: Insert an audio CD into the Xbox optical drive. Access the Music menu from the Xbox dashboard display. Select Music > Audio CD > Copy, then choose the Copy menu. Select the tracks you want, using Play or Pause commands to audition songs. Choose Copy, and Xbox will store the songs on the hard disk. Then insert your game disc and load the songs using the game's setup menu. P.s Not all Xbox games support the custom soundtrack features, but many of the most popular ones do.

Nov 20, 2005 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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