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Re: Burning Woe...

Post by Depone » Thu Feb 25, 2010 12:14 pm

seems really odd. but might i suggest using a 'redbook standard' cd burner software? this is the industry standard and makes really relyable CD's and could help. But to be honest i dbout it! :o

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Re: Burning Woe...

Post by Basic A » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:28 pm

Ill post the rip before n afters when I get home...

for the record though, Ive tried using both Nero, and Windows Media on my Windows partition, along with Serpentine and Brasero on my nix boot, same deal... I know this int in my software, theres something very odd about the tune I tihnk... I did this with both my CD burner on my desktop as well as my external laptop burner, plus whatever my friends have used too try n burn it too... so I doubt its ALL the burners and software malfunctioning, gotta be my song somehow... I think :(

Give it about 5 hours, n Ill get you guys a b&a comparison...

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