I am posting this question here because I am not sure whether I need to change my software, media, hardware, or hardware settings. (Not to mention it is a pretty newbie question…)
I have a collection of MP3s, and I just want to burn some of them into a simple CD, that will play without skipping tracks. The ones I am burning tend to skip tracks on my little CD player.
My preferred burner is my DVD burner (BenQ 16x DL)
I also have a cheap Best Buy Special 52x CD Burner (which has proven unreliable)
I’m using Memorex 52x Multi-Speed CD-R media (and I can get new media)
I’m using Windows Media Player, and my only complaint is I can’t figure out how to “adjust” or “slow down” the burn speed.
So is there a way I can slow down the burning? Will I have more luck if I use fewer songs per disk? Should I buy different CD burning media?
Thanks so very much in advance!