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I cant get my cd burner to burn without skipping i slowed the burn time down didnt help & tried other cd,s bad burner ??

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Sounds like a memory allocation issue to me..

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Ive had this same thing happen to me over the years and ruined many CDs. Im not really sure why it does this unfortunately. I too have tried a few diffrent burning programs. Sometimes, however, Ive noticed tht its the same songs that mess up on each burn. Ive tried to reburn using diffrent songs and put the ones tht it skipped or were "blank" on on the new cd N it didnt work then either. The only solution I ever came up with was that it was the song itself wouldnt burn for some reason. Try redownloading the song from a diffrent site and see if the new one burns. I hope this helps some in your problem.

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The ITunes error 4261 appears when attempting to burn CD's. The error code can appear for several reasons, including a faulty CD-RW, used CD's or a slow speed burner.

The error may also occur when you are trying to burn a file that has Dynamic Random Memory from ITunes & you have exceeded your permitted attempts.

The error can also happen if you are accessing the files from a different PC than where it was registered.

Try slowing your burn speed to 16x or even 12x or use Nero Express or Windows Media Player to burn your MP3 files. Other techniques for resolving this error include using new CD's & activating DLA in the Drive Properties.

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There are many reason for this.Try following steps to look out for solution.

1>Use better quality Dvd to burn .DVDs are just a few cents worth of plastic, manufactured in massive quantities. Sometimes you end up with a bad disk or a bad batch. Try a new disk, or a whole new brand, and you may have more luck burning your DVDs

2>Dust in your DVD burner can prevent it from burning DVDs correctly. Buy a lens cleaning disk and use it in your DVD burner drive. This can clean things up and give you a clean, successful burn.

3>For better quality burn at slow speed.It’s always tempting to burn DVDs at the highest speed possible. In theory, you’ll save time and can get more DVDs burned. In practice, though, higher speeds can result in unreliable burns.
Slow things down and set your DVDs to burn at 4x or even 2x. This may eliminate errors.
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I keep getting skips in audio files when i play them after burning. I have tried burning both data discs (my cd players support .mp3) and Audio discs.


Try burning at a lower speed like 24x. Burning too fast is the cause of the skips, because the data cannot be transferred at a steady pace.

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Are you letting the dvd burner "verify" the burn? Or are you skipping that step? Verifying the burn won't fix a bad burn, but it will let you know if the burn failed. Then you won't keep the dvd around until later, just to find out it doesn't work.

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