Does anyone else have this problem… when I make Audio CDs from .WAV files, the CD is created properly, and plays normally on MOST CD players, but if I turn on the Anti-Skip feature on my portable CD player, the CD will not play! If I turn it off, it will!! What the hell could the problem be?
Also, these CDs will not produce any sound under Win98. They will APPEAR to play, but no sound comes out… I am using Disc-At-Once with 0 sec between all tracks (except the first one, of course…). I never used to have this problem when I had a BTC 62ie CD-RW drive, but now that I have an Acer 6206A, I can’t seem to resolve it!
Anyone know anything about this?