[QUOTE=seetheviz;2682954] Are you sure you weren’t going past the disc’s capacity with that burn? [/QUOTE]
I posted this above but maybe not clear enough.
I used the exact same CD-RW & the exact same rip when I used the internal drive. The write went fine & sounded fine .
So no I wasn’t going past the disc’s capacity
Also, check the disc surface for visible issues (scratches, color variation, etc.)
Since this CD-RW worked fine with the internal drive I don’t think any of those are the problem.
You don’t typically want to write Audio to CD-RW anyway- playback is much more iffy. [/QUOTE]
I was just using the CD-RW as a test disc . Once I got a copy to work with it I was going to use a CD-R . I just didn’t want a coaster.
My conclusion is the Prolific Technology PL2506 chip in the enclosure is not completely compatable with the TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S222L(Samsung) drive. It can’t write a CD -R or RW Audio CD in this enclosure.
I could test with another drive I have but since it is working for what I usually use it for writing a DVD I’m not going to at this time. Since my internal drives on my desktop can write an audio CD with no problem.
The laptop was just in case I needed a backup.