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My tunes keep skipping, I have some old tunes burnt to maxell cds and they work perfectly but i went and bought some new maxell discs burnt some tunes from imesh and they skip all the time!!! Is it the format, using imesh, the maxell cds???? somebody help me please!!!!

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Try a disk lowering your write speed, for when you burn. If your speed rating on your disks is 40x then try burniong at 1/2 the speed, I generally have a rule to only burn at half the maximum speed.

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