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Re: Cd reading problems
Nope. there is no feature to choose between CD or CDRs. It plays whatever you put in the tray. More than likely your reader is damaged in some way, or possible damage to one of the ICs or other circuit causing it not to read CDRs. Unfortuanately, you will need to take it to a service tech for further investigation.
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You really need to install a program that can "rip" the music from the CD to the MP3 format. I used to use exact audio copy, but there are hundreds of the programs around
You can read about these programs on wikipedia, or go straight to the EAC site to download a program. Check what version you need, MAC or Windows CD ripper Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Exact Audio Copy
Mp3 players are programmed to read original & copied songs when you download music into your Mp3. if you copy an original CD (music) to your Mp3, the songs will be displayed along with all the infos of that song, i.e. artist, track #, year,etc. if you copy a CD which contains copied songs from other originals, it will display "UNKNOWN" because original CD's have their own trademarks that distinguishes them from copied CD's or any other CD for that matter...
hello,all you need to do is just to get the usb cord of your zen mp3 and connect it to your laptop/system that you have your choice songs installed on it. If you have a particular CD that you want to install the songs on it on your zen mp3 player,all you need to do is just to insert the CD into your laptop/system,then you copy the songs from the CD to the laptop/monitor. After you have done that,you then connect your zen mp3 to the laptop/monitor with your usb cord to simply copy the songs from the laptop/monitor that you already copy from the CD to into the zen mp3. with the above instruction you can copy as many songs as you wish.... Thanks for using fixya, Take care.
Hello! The "E20" error code loosely means that the CD player cannot focus, or read the disc properly. This could be from a number of reasons, dirty pickup lens, dirty/scratched disc, excessive humidity, or using a burned/copied CD that was burned at a speed that was too fast to provide a "deep" enough burn to the disc. And lastly, I know GM's Delco radios in the late 90's had issues reading CD-RW's; but read CD-R's fine (if burned slow enough)
My first suggestion would be to see if this happens on all CD's - originals and/or burned ones. If it only happens on burned/copied discs - I'd recommend slowing down the burn speed to no faster than 16x and retrying. If it does happen with both types of discs, then I'd purchase a CD lense cleaner and run that through a couple of cycles.
Hope this helps and good luck! Thanks for using FixYa!
ok, i went to plug in my headphones, and the mp3, froze so i hit the reset button like i always do when it freezes, but this time it wouldnt turn back on, and the computer stopped reading it, so i dont no wat to do.