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Re: sound scatchy when paly music and copy data from...
I believe that when copying cds etc you should not have any other programs running as to do so can effect the burning program the reverse may be true the burning program interferes with your sound program
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(WinXP example; Start > Right-click on My Computer > Left-click on Properties > Left-click on Hardware tab > Left-click on Device Manager)
Left-click on the + sign next to - DVD/CD_ROM drives. Right-click on the NAME of the CD/DVD drive.
Left-click on Uninstall.
(A 'Squawk Box' will come up, "Warning you are about to uninstall this device. It is OK. Click on OK)
Close all windows, go back to your desktop screen, restart your computer.
(WinXP; Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart)
When Windows fully loads, there should be a 'pop-up' out of the system tray, "Found new hardware device", and perhaps another one, "Found CD/DVD drive xxxxx"
This 'slaps Windows around', and makes it find the address to the optical drive drivers.
No? Didn't work? Then suggest you post the motherboard manufacturer name, and model number.
Or; post the computer manufacturer name, and model number.
(Model number is on the back of the computer, next to the Windows product key; or up on the side of the computer tower. Some older models have a swing door in the Front Panel, and once opened the model number is down in there)
Also post what Operating System you are using. (Windows XP, and Windows 7 are two examples of an O/S)
I'll see if optical drive drivers are available, and guide you in downloading AND installing.
Hi, "Cannot copy file" Error occurs when the setup fails to read the data/ file from the CD/DVD. This could be due a corrupt, scratched or dirty CD or weak/ faulty CD/DVD Drive. Try to clean the CD with a CD Cleaner or mild glass cleaner using a soft lint-free cloth and remove and smudges etc. Better if you try another CD. Else, clean the lens of the CD Drive or replace it temporarily with a working CD Drive for installation.Hope it helps! Good Luck! Thanks for using Fixya!CreativeTECH
Hi.- Does your phone have a data cable? memory card? - If so, Power the phone - Use the data cable and connect the phone to your PC using one of the USB ports. - On your phone pops a list of options for the connection type. - Select data storage by scrolling to the option. - The PC accesses your phone as a data storage device and lists contained folders. - Select desired folder [A] to store your music [e.g.memory card] and double click to open it. - Minimise it - Open the folder [B] containing your mp3 files on your computer. - Right click on one of the files and select copy - Maximise the folder [A] right click inside and select paste - The file copy's. - Copy,paste all desired files and then close folders. - Right click the usb device icon on the taskbar and select safely remove hardware. - Browse your phone for the new files and try playing them.
this depends on what you want to copy if its a cd or a dvd you will need the burning software that will support this if you just want to copy a file click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to the file select it right click select copy then you can copy it to another place on your computer hope this helps http://download.cnet.com/burn4free-cd-and-dvd/3000-2646_4-10217894.html Burn4Free CD and DVD is
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Check your computer to see that it has a CD or DVD drive that is capable of burning CDs. This drive may be built into your computer or an external drive. Either type should work equally well.
Make sure you have a CD that can be burned. There are two types of CDs that you can use.
A CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable) is a Write Once Read Many (WORM)
optical medium. This means that once the disk is burned it can not be
erased. This type disk is usually used for permanent storage. For
example; a music CD, a picture CD, or any other type of data that you
want to keep permanently.
A CD-RW (Compact Disc ReWritable) is a rewritable optical disc
format. This type of disk can be burned, erase, and then burned again.
This type disk is usually used for temporary data storage.
Decide on the type of CD you plan to burn.
There are many different types of CDs that can be burned and how you
proceed depends on which type you are going to burn. The major types of
CD that can be burned are:
Music. This type of CD is the type of CD that is normaly burned for use in a home or automobile CD player.
Data. This type of CD is most often used to store files that can be
used by a computer. This type of CD can not be used in a standard home
or automobile CD player. They are formatted using the "ISO9660" format,
which cannot be read by a standard CD player.
MP3. This is a data CD containing only mp3 compressed music files.
Because it is actually an ISO9660 data CD, not all CD players will be
able to play it. This type of CD can contain a much larger number of
songs than a music CD but can only be played on a computer or CD player
specifically designed to play MP3s.
Disk image. A disk image file is a file that contains an exact copy
of a disk. The most common type of Disk image is an .ISO image. Disk
images are usually used for storing an exact copy of a CD on a computer.
By using a computer, one can burn a CD from an .ISO image and create a
Ripping. Ripping a CD is the process of taking the audio off of one
CD and either storing it on a computer or burning it to a second CD,
thereby making a copy of the first CD.
Decide on the software you want to burn your CD with.
There are many different programs that are designed to burn CD's. Some
are built into the computer's operating system, while others are
individual programs. These programs range from very simple to very
complex. Some of these are free, while others have to be purchased.
Burn your CD.
Burning your CD is as simple as running the software that you are going
to burn your CD with, putting a CD into your CD burner, selecting the
data to be burned, and then telling the program to burn the CD
Are you sure your player has got the right codecs to play both audio and video of the DVD you have burnt?
PS: Try installing the Ace Mega Codecs Pack just to make sure you have all the codecs. (Remember though that this software will install all the required codecs as well as the unneeded ones...the ones maybe required in the future probably)