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13N6769 will only rip the first few songs of a cd then freeze

I have been backing up music to my computer each time I buy a CD. Lately, only the first few songs will burn and then it gets stuck.
Software or hardware problem?

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  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2008

    I have the same problem. The first couple of minutes record then the burn fails. I tried different brands of discs and the problem remains. I have had the drive replaced and it still happens. I have been told it may be memory leakage. It is still under warranty and I will return it after Christmas. If the problem is solved I will post the answer.

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If the disk plays to the end in your favorite player it is a software problem.
if it stops when only playing in approximately the same place it is a hardware problem.

That is the sort of incentive I would add to convince trial users to upgrade to the full paid product, perhaps your license code has been damaged

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