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Old 10-03-2003, 11:39 AM   #1
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Burning CDs in K3B

Hey everyone,

Im running RH9, KDE 3.1, and I seem to be having a problem burning audio cds. After choosing an audio project and dragging all my files into the project window, I click on the "burn" icon...

The Power calibration succeeds and K3B begins writing the tracks. Anyways, K3B tells me the CD burned successfully. However, when I place the CD into my cd-rom tray, the machine can't read the cd.

Any ideas whats going on? Thanks everyone
Old 10-03-2003, 11:49 AM   #2
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Distribution: Currently Suse 11.1 but have RH7,8,9 / Fedora 7,8_64,9_64,&10_64
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well I had trouble the other day
and someone in development answered my email
almost instantly

did you make a wave or mpeg or ogg file or what?

if it was a mpeg
RH may not have the right decription


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