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I have tried to burn 5 different discs but they will only burn 4 songs on each disc my first 20 discs where great, no problems burning them at all, but these next 5, no go! I'm worried about continuing with the last 25 discs as they might all be the same, useless. Please advise me on what I should

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  • mablet Aug 20, 2008

    No, I imported different cds into my itunes library and I made a new playlist with certain songs from the imported cds and like many times before, I tried to burn a new copy but the burning process only let me burn 4 songs onto the tdk cd not 22-26 songs as usual.I have wasted 5 different cds trying to a copy of my new playlist.
    So I am wondering, "is it my pc or the cds at fault?"
    thanks, mablet  

  • mablet Aug 23, 2008

    I have resolved the issue.  The ADMINISTRATOR name for Itunes was incorrect and needed to be re-instated 
    Thanks for trying to help from MABLEM

  • mablet Aug 23, 2008

    I have resolved the issue.  The ADMINISTRATOR name for Itunes was incorrect and needed to be re-instated 
    Thanks for trying to help from MABLEM

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Are you try to download directly to a computer or directly to a mp3 player discribe more detailedly to your probelm

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    matthew chaffee Aug 23, 2008

    Well it may be both cd and computer what kind of burning cd are you using because there are so many cds to use and do different games.

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