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You need to be sure that your cd drive is also a cd burner. If it is then the problem might be fixed by any of the following:
1. Clean your disk that you are writing to or try a different one.
2. Use a cleaning CD to clean your drive.
3. Close any other programs that might be using your drive, song, or windows media player.
4. Restart Windows Media Player.
5. Restart your computer.
6. Try a different brand of cd to write to.
7. Choose a slower writing speed.
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the changes which you make should be selected and set to a default mode.other wise the changes will get deselected to what it was default before automatically. in some cases its the software issue,.so reload the software again as new and check out.
also check the connections its a rare chance but many times its possible,
check out.keep updated.thanks.
What you need is a Plug-in, Either a NOISE FILTER or DNR (Dolby Noise Reduction)
Also try when you record to set up the Mic away from Speakers, Equipment, and watch your lights.
These are all Noise Makers on Tracks.
Even Guitar and Bass to close to Monitors will give you added noise.
If you can not find a Plug-in then pull up an EQ, Find the Frequency making the Noise, Adjust the "Q" (Range of Frequency) to be NARROW, Then slowly pull down your unwanted frequencies.
This will get rid of Noise, But also anything else in that Frequency!
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
no its not just see the default directory normally it will be in my videos which is in my documents where it is saved and right click on the file u want to play goto open with choose some other media player like windows media plyer or winamp or real one player or in some other playeres it will play the song if it does not then ur file has benn corrupted or it is not in the right format i can suggest u is reinstall windows movie maker then ur problem will be solved after performing these above steps