what do you mean exactly with multimedia cds?
what writer are you using?
if you're about to clean your writer, DON'T use a brush cd cleaner. Most likely it won't, but it can permanently damage your writer. And it won't get it cleaned correctly.
Use a cd cleaner liquid..
Originally posted by monkeyboy
I been making these multimeadia CD's with clonecd. All the audio tracks play fine in the dvd player, but some tracks dont play in the same cd reader/writer that I use to copy the cd's. Is this a symptom of a dirty lazor eye? If so, Is there a prefered method of cleaning these? The kid has one of these cd head cleaner disk with the little brush on it, or should I get in there with a cotton swab and some alcohol? Could this be a symptom of the lazor getting weak? It writes fine but reads incomplete. thanks.