When playing/ripping a cd the drive stops after 1 song
I have been ripping all my cds to add to my zune. It worked fine for the first hundred, but now will only rip one song from the disc. I can manually select the next track, and it will rip/play it, but it wont move automatically. I have vista, and have been using the zune software to rip my music. when I started having this problem I also tried using windows media player, and it has the same problem.
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Open Control Panel. If you use Classic View, select Default Programs otherwise select Programs, then Default Programs. Select 'Set program access and computer defaults.' Select 'Continue' at the UAC prompt. Click on the expansion arrows on the right hand side of the 'Custom' option. Scroll down to where it says 'Choose a default media player:' Select anything except Windows Media Player' and make sure that the 'Enable access to this program' checkbox is checked, then click OK. Click on 'Set program access and computer defaults' again. Click the 'Continue' button on the UAC prompt. Click on the expansion arrows on the 'Custom' option again. Scroll down to 'Choose a default media player:' and select Windows Media Player, again ensuring that the 'Enable access to this program' checkbox is checked. Click on OK, close all open windows, and reboot the machine. This should solve the problem.
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you can rip CD tracks to MP3 using Windows Media Player. Once you have the songs ripped, you can then copy the MP3 files of several CDs to a single CD using Windows Explorer to burn the MP3 files to the CD
The songs that you recently tried to add were either from: iTunes, DRM-protected WMA's, or songs with expired licenses - none of which will play on your Philips. Go ahead and delete the non-working songs off of your GoGear. When you re-rip the songs from CD, move the mouse over the Rip tab in Windows Media Player 11, click the black arrow under the word Rip, and go to Rip Options --> Format --> Mp3. Now, re-rip and then reload the songs.
The Zune software lets you add to your collection audio and video in a variety of formats and codecs. Just download media from the Web or rip songs from a CD, and the Zune software automatically adds the downloaded (and ripped) items to your collection and syncs them to your device.
The Zune software will convert many video formats during sync so they can play on your Zune device. This automatic transcoding can take a while.
If you're using Windows, then use Windows Media player to rip your music into WMA. If you don't want to do that, use CDdex to rip your music from CD to MP3. The problem probably lies in whatever program your using to rip your music. To your player. http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/
Play Recordable CDs Containing MP3/WMA Audio Files
To play recordable CDs containing MP3 and/or WMA audio files:
Press the eject button on the Xbox 360 console (or select Open Tray from any area of the Xbox Dashboard) to open the disc tray.
Place a data CD-R or CD-RW containing MP3 and/or WMA media on the
disc tray with the label facing up (to the right if the console is
Press the eject button (or select Close Tray from any area of the Xbox Dashboard) to close the disc tray.
Go to the Media area of the Xbox Dashboard. Select Music, Current Disc.
To play all tracks on the CD, select either Play All or Add to Current Playlist.
If you have an existing playlist open, Add to Current Playlist will
append all tracks on your current CD to that playlist. Selecting Play
All will clear a current playlist and create a new one consisting of
all the files on the current CD. (Be sure to save your playlist, if
desired, prior to selecting the Play All option.) Files are added to a
playlist in alphabetical order by file name. Playlists start again from
the beginning once the final track has played.