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Windows 7 has sooo many different options for audio it is confusing. If you right click on the (windows) speaker icon in the system tray and click "volume control options" you get one set of features. If you click on the "sound" icon in the device manager you get entirely different results! And lets not forget that your sound card probably has its own audio configuration utility! I have found that sometimes you have to play with all of these programs to get the sound to work properly. Getting windows to recognize the "default" seems to be the biggest issue.
if you want to boost your sound quality install letasoft sound booster . Just in case you feed the audio quality is sluggish i advice you to play mp3 songs of 320kbps .. many songs of lower bit rate like 64kbps wil be bad to listen, Other advice is to change your audio equalizer or effects through audio sound card software
control panel sounds and audio,audio make necessary adjustments there or control panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager,sound,could be a yellow question mark? right click to re-install drivers good luck
Same just happened to me. I was using SONY CD-R audio 80 min recordable CDs. One burned 3 songs, the other 4 songs before giving me the "CD write failure" message. I tried another brand of CD-R, TDK CD-R, certified plus, and it worked first time. It played on my CD player, on the Ion, etc - works.
Maybe the CD burner in the device is very picky as to the brand or quality of the CD-R media? Try a TDK or other to see if that will do it.
-Good luck! Bill