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Cd burning I have tried to burn cds and it tells me I have enough space on my blank cd to record all 18 songs that I am trying but it burns 11 of them and then messes up and doesn't burn the rest.

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  • Pamela Brooks May 16, 2008

    I can't do this when I am trying to burn the songs off of my computer through windows media player can I?

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