Give more info:
brand of burner
program name that came with the burner.
Some regular info about audioburning;
--------------Audio CD Copying--------------
-------------Nero Burning ROM---------------
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Insert a blank CD into the destination Recorder and the original CD into the source CD Reader.
Click on Nero â€“ Burning ROM.
Go to the 'Audio-CD' option.
Go to the 'CDA Options' tab.
Select the CD Reader that contains the source CD.
In the 'Read Speed' box, make sure it is set to as far as the CD Reader can go.
Make sure the 'Cache the track on harddisk before burning' box is checked.
This will ensure that a perfect, distortion-free copy is made when the CD is recorded.
Go to the 'Burn' tab.
Make sure that the 'Disk-at-Once' box is checked.
If you want to test the operation before going ahead with it, make sure that the 'Determine Maximum Speed' and 'Simulation' boxes are ticked.
If you want it to write the CD without testing, make sure that the 'Write' box is ticked and the others are left blank.
In the 'Write Speed' box, make sure that it is at the maximum that your Recorder can go.
If you have problems, change it to 2x or even 1x.
Specify the number of copies you wish to make in the 'Number of Copies' box.
When you are happy with your settings, click on the 'Copy CD' tab.
A box entitled 'Write CD' will pop up which you will need to confirm to start the recording process.
Note: Recording audio at a fast rate ie. 4x, 6x or 8x, may cause inaccuracies after the process has finished. If crackling or slight distortion can be heard, it would be best to record at a lower rate of 2x for future recordings
[This message has been edited by Ruff-Next_Gangsta (edited 24 May 2000).]