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Error e-05 in car stereo

All other formats work but recorded cd says error e-o5. The cd works in computer. Unable to remove this problem.

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    my kenwood

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    cual es la solucion ya que no lee CD de ninguna forma

  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    Error E05

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When burning, close the 'session' so it can be read by your player. an unclosed session gives you the option to save more files on the cd, when you finalize the session, the CD is closed.

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