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When i record songs it's all one track

I hooked it up to my cd player and and did the mp3 encoding and when it was done it was all one track. am i doing somthing wrong?

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The guide for Zen nano plus:
http://files2.europe.creative.com/manualdn/Manuals/TSD/8899/0xBA9C626B/Zen%20Nano%20Plus%20Quick%20Start%20Multilingual.pdf
It seems that pauzes between the tracks do not seperate them into
split up songs onto the player.

Support for Zen nano plus on this site:
http://support.creative.com/Products/ProductDetails.aspx?catID=213&subCatID=214&prodID=12720&prodName=ZEN%20Nano%20Plus&subCatName=ZEN&CatName=MP3+Players
You can rip audio CD using:
1. "application software" (getting a download from the support site) or
2. Windows Media Player 10 or 11 (WMP11 preferred).****
2.1 ****When making connection with the correct database,
songs will get the corresponding MP3 tags / names.

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