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Error message with new CD-R copies.

I play copies of cds that I buy so the original doesn't get scratched and ones I've made recently won't play in the player once I make them. I'll flip down the face and stick it in and it immediately says 'Error' on the display. My older burned cds work just fine. I'm using the latest version of Nero to copy them should I use the older version like the others were made with or is there another problem?

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DUUUDE...I am having the exact sasme problem!!! I almost threw the damn stereo out the window on the way to work.

Posted on Jun 01, 2007

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