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CUE File has problems with m4a files: "Potential DirectShow Error! - No data has been received for 10 seconds."

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I apologize in advance, for I believe that this is a very commonly asked question.

I've burned quite a few music CDS before with no problems using this program, but now it seems to be having issues. Is it perhaps the m4a format that the files are in?

 

Clicked "Browse for a File" on the CUE file builder and selected my music files. The first song goes up to 99%, hangs there for a few seconds, then I receive the following error message:

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The log file, if needed:

I 14:25:24 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!

I 14:25:24 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
I 14:25:24 Total Physical Memory: 4,078,264 KiB  -  Available: 1,291,936 KiB
I 14:25:24 Initialising SPTI...
I 14:25:24 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
I 14:25:25 -> Drive 1 - Info: TSSTcorp CDDVDW SN-208FB AS00 (D:) (SATA)
I 14:25:25 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM!
E 14:26:18 Potential DirectShow Error! - No data has been received for 10 seconds.
E 14:26:18 File Name: C:\Users\Gray\Music\System of a Down\Toxicity1 - Prison Song.m4a
E 14:26:18 Decoding Progress: 35,467,264 bytes
E 14:36:43 Potential DirectShow Error! - No data has been received for 20 seconds.
E 14:36:43 File Name: C:\Users\Gray\Music\System of a Down\Toxicity1 - Prison Song.m4a
E 14:36:43 Decoding Progress: 35,467,264 bytes
E 14:39:06 Potential DirectShow Error! - No data has been received for 10 seconds.
E 14:39:06 File Name: C:\Users\Gray\Music\System of a Down\Toxicity1 - Prison Song.m4a
E 14:39:06 Decoding Progress: 35,467,264 bytes
 

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Right click the item that gets added to the cue window and pick the directshow filter list option.

 

Let me know what it says.

 

If the filter being used isn't at fault, there's something not right with the files.

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Well that's not good! That got me a different error! Both adding the file to the list and trying to view its Directshow Filter List gives me this one:

 

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I tried installing both of the m4a filters that were on the list you linked to me. Either I didn't install them properly or I shouldn't have used both...

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Try using one of the DirectShow filter manager tools to enable or disable the one you had originally and the two you've just added.

It could be a Windows 10 issue as no doubt they came out long before it did.

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