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Won't play recorded cd's

Can't play recorded cd's in my nak m-51 cd changer,any way to bypass this? I have a Nakamichi MF-51 5-Disc CD Changer and can not play any backup cds in it. I have tried CloneCD and Windows Media Player unsuccessfully. I do not want to play my original cds in the car for fear of scratching them. Does anyone have a solution to this problem? Thank you.

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Unfortunately if the device is not able to play the copies. There is not much that can be done about it.
Sorry but you did not want to hear/read it.

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Will look into ur problem and reply u soon...

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    Mohamed Ismail Apr 23, 2008

    its simple, since ur using a cd changer u should make sure when u burn the songs in the cd's it should be in cd-audio format and not mp3 format.



    Secondly after burning the songs make sure that the cd is closed and not in multisession mode.



    after trying the above solution reply me...



    Thankyou

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    Mohamed Ismail Apr 24, 2008

    Have u tried out as i instructed...?



    Feel free to ask..



    Thankyou

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    Mohamed Ismail Apr 24, 2008

    If u still need more step-by-step procedure please inform me..



    Cos i dont know how techie you are...

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Try a different brand of recordable CD. Some players are sensitive to the color of the disc itself. This is usually only with older players, but I have seen this as a problem in the past.
Dan

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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