Question about Microsoft Windows Media Player
I burned a wave file on windows media player to a Sony CDR and it seemed to go through the process successfully and even finalized. I tried playing it in a portable cd player and the track played with no sound.
Try right clicking the burn tab and make sure its on audio instead of dvdr or data
Posted on May 05, 2009
Just check the settings on your media player my guess is it recorded the wrong track format the reason i asked if it played on media player was just to make sure it had recorded the format that is used in most cd players is .wav as for your question for the best burning program i guess it comes to personal choice hope this helps regards Jim
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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