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No sound when i burn movies

Everytime i burn a movie there is no sound

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Burn what? CD, DVD or Blu ray? Anyway maybe you need a better program to do it, this may help you: Take a try and see if the problem still exist.

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  • Make sure you have the movie open you want to burn.
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    Make sure you are trying to burn the right type DVD
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