Ah… I had such a problem with a cheaper CD-R blanks brand. The CD is readable OK, and plays on more powerful readers (like the standalone DVD player and the PC optical), but it doesn’t on the audio player… which I admit is an older one. If you haven’t yet, try backing up to a better blank - my personal recommendations are Verbatim or Maxell, I am very pleased with both.
If you have tried different media brands already, I am sorry to say I cannot help further.
Thanks for this.
I have tried different speeds but get same problem. My tests are well short of 74 minutes.
I have just noticed that my home CD player on loading shows a small “scan” message on its screen for several seconds accompanied by whirring noise and then displays “00”. This is new ; seems to be looking for something it can’ find. Nero have a Driver-Clean tool which identifies drivers to clean . Anybody used this ? I still have to look at Burrrn .
I am still struggling with the audio disk copy problem. I have switched from Nero to Adaptec’s Copy Disk. Again I get message that burn is OK BUT the copy doesn’t play on my home stereo player but plays in my car stereo .
Could the explanation be in the Brand of disk used ?
I have the opposite problem. The cd are Sony cd. I have burned with Nero and Winows Media player 10. The cd will play in a portable cd player, My home JVC player , my Car player and my Coby DVD player. They will not play in the writter they were made on or my Toshiba laptop The first 2 or three songs skip and the last 2 songs will not play at all. Any Ideas?
The problem I had seems to have been solved by using a different brand of blank CD
but I doubt that this will help you. I read a lot of stuff on the internet and found the whole subject to be a minefield.
Yeah man I agree with qgkma01! Use different brand cds just buy couple of different brands. Make some junks cd s to test you drives’ abilities and compatibilities.
I had a very similar problem on TDK (which i think the worst cds and dvds although they are great in prehistoric cassettes (tapes) I burned things on DVD-r data music or movie doesnt matter, the drive that burns them cannot read them. Just try to test different brands!