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Crosley CD Recorder CR 2405A-MA. Various difficulties copying cassettes to CD's. 1) Will start to copy and then "Fail "notice comes up on screen. Cannot copy on this CD anymore. Sometimes I can "finalize" a partially filled CD and sometimes not. 2) Will not recognize a blank CD.."No Disc" notice comes up on screen. This CD will perform a "burn" on my computer 3) Will not allow me to finalize a CD upon completion of transfer. "Fail" notice comes up on screen. CD will play on Crosley unit but nowhere else. 4) Will recognize blank CD, then Track 1 shows on the counter, but recording will not advance the counter or record data, but CD is playing and audible. I am using Maxell CD-R Music CD's Thanks.....Ed ebmcmurray@yahoo.com

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You should use consumer cd's that are rather expensive. You probably tried to record a recordable cd-rom (a cheap computer disc). It's not possible to burn a pro-disc (computer disc) by using your Pioneer, and that's why you got that message on the screen. Refer to the user manual of your cd recorder and learn what sort of blank cd you should use.

Posted on Aug 07, 2007

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easy fella

sounds funny but ive got the exact same problem with the same machine but by the sounds of it philips aint that good for recording from a cd form from that model anyway!!
theres an old skool mix that i wana put out, but it will only play back on the recorder not on another source, ive managed to open the file up with nero show time on the pc thou and it will also play but just cant manage to convert to mp3 as the file is a wpl or something...

well annoying if you ask me

hpe thats helped a bit

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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You sure it's recognizing the CDR? And you are using 'consumer audio' cdr? Watch it at all times. If it 'opc fails' after you put a blank in it still shows as a CDR and 0:00 on the display but won't record. It's easy to miss.

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SOURCE: Only records Lps and CDs, but not other cassettes

there are programs on the net that will copy from tape to cd via the computer if you have a cd writer on the pc hope this helps regards Jim

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The problem is in your hard drive it hasn't gone bad but will go bad pretty quickly. You do have on erray of hope though go through the menu and set your DVR back to factory default settings. This should solve your problem if you think you have cotracted some kind of virus that is making your DVR act erraticly. This takes your hardrive back to the point when the firmware from the factory was installed. You will lose your current programs but you will basicly have a new DVR.

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