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Cd burner not working

When I try to burn an audio cd it gets past the converted stage and begins the burning process but half way through the first song the disc closes and an error message pops up saying, "Windows Media Player cannot burn the files to the CD. Verify that the disc is clean and not damaged. If necessary, select a slower recording speed or try a different brand of blank discs." I have tried all those things and nothing works. Please help me find the solution on what I'm doing wrong. Thanks!

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I suspect you are doing nothing wrong... It sounds to me as if ya CD is gone faulty.. However download, install try Alcohol 120% & or Nero B4 ya buy a new one.. If after ya install and use those proggies it is still the same.. as I suspect, then as I said B4 .. ya gonna haveta get a new one sry.. :(

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