Open Topic - General Questions
Audio disk burns mute
I have been using LightScribe to burn
audiodisks so I can listen to audiobooks while driving. It has worked
well for several years except for the fading label problem. (I store
them on spindles now.) The book I am working on now is troublesome. I
use iTunes to burn the audio and it burns without error, even
incrementing the counter that protects the royalty. However, when I
play the disk, there is no volume. The tracks show up and it runs like
it should, but no sound. At first, I thought that other programs
running had interfered with the burn. I have had that happen before,
but that time it caused an error. Anyway, I stopped surfing the net and
had a good burn and then another bad one. The first burn after start
up worked, bur the burn after burning the label failed. Is my
LightScribe getting old and unreliable? One would think the label burn
would fail before the data burn. Something screwy with the last update
of iTunes? Time for a new computer?
If anyone knows about this problem, thanks for the help.
I tried to do nothing but burning the disks after a new startup. First one worked, second one failed. It appears I get one good burn per startup.
Well, looks like the first burn theory is shot. I got a failed burn right after startup. I guess new hardware is the next try.