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I have Windows 7 and Windows Media Player on my school laptop. I have created a playlist is a specific order for my Christmas concert. Most of the audio files have come from CD's and one file came from my digital piano that was recorded with Audacity. It was a long file and was added to my playlist normally. However, when I was ready to burn the list to a CD, a red X appeared in front of this file and the error stated that there was not a time on the file. The red x also appeared in front of 2 other tracks that came from a CD stating that there was not a time on these tracks either. How do I undo the red X and use these files on a burned CD

Thanks in advance for an answer!


Baffled POL448.
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  1. Well, if u have a 700MB CD, u can fit only about 80min on it. Are u over 80min?
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    Why don't u use ImgBurn or CDBurnerXP where u have more control over the quality and setting.

    http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/

    http://www.filehippo.com/download_cdburnerxp/
  3. pol448 said:
    I have Windows 7 and Windows Media Player on my school laptop. I have created a playlist is a specific order for my Christmas concert. Most of the audio files have come from CD's and one file came from my digital piano that was recorded with Audacity. It was a long file and was added to my playlist normally. However, when I was ready to burn the list to a CD, a red X appeared in front of this file and the error stated that there was not a time on the file. The red x also appeared in front of 2 other tracks that came from a CD stating that there was not a time on these tracks either. How do I undo the red X and use these files on a burned CD

    Thanks in advance for an answer!


    Baffled POL448.


    Make sure you are not trying to burn over 80 minutes of songs to the CD.
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  5. nikorr said:
    Why don't u use ImgBurn or CDBurnerXP where u have more control over the quality and setting.

    http://www.filehippo.com/download_imgburn/

    http://www.filehippo.com/download_cdburnerxp/



    Thank you for this information! I will definitely check it out. I always appreiate
    Learning new technology info. Thanks again. Pol448
  6. Thanks for the vote : ) You're welcome.
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