Are the cd’s copyright protected?
I recently upgraded a friends computer to Service Pack 2 (SP2). After the upgrade i was inundated with a range of issues. The current situation is as follows
*Windows Media Player v.10 will not burn music/media to cd's. After selecting which files to burn, i click burn now. And recieve an "Unknown Error" message. I've looked up this error on Microsofts support site, but that only gives a general list of issues with Media Player. I tried all of the suggestions anyway. Sitll no luck. I know it's not a hardware problem because i can burn with Nero burning software. And any media i put in my burner is responding fine.
This question was answered on December 9, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.Make sure the disc is not copyright protected if so, go to your settings and enable the Media player to burn and copy copyrighted cds! If that doesn’t work try going back to vs9 and see if you can burn cds through it!
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Posted by Jerry of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on December 9, 2004