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I'm new with Imgburn, and I'm trying so solve a problem concerning audio CD.

Today I have burned a CD-RW to learn how to do that with Imgburn; I simply loaded mp3 files and created a .CUE list (for CD-text pourposes) and saved it. Then I closed Imgburn and double clicked on the .CUE file. Imgburn has started and burning process completed without errors.

The audio CD is not readable either by the CD player in my house and my PC drive. I have verified the CD with Imgburn and everything seems to be ok, but the CD is unusable.

The media I used is a Magnex CD-RW, and in the past I always used it for audio with all my players, including the home player and the PC CD-Rom.

Any hint?


As always... forgive my poor english.

Edited by dequadim
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Post the log please.


Maybe the log is not necessary, as I've discovered that this problem is probably due to a defective media (CD-RW). I've burned another CD-RW and works perfectly. The new audio CD is playing in this moment in my standalone player, and sounds great.

I don't know what to think :unsure:

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I've burned again the suspect defective media, and still unreabable. I post the log; please let me know your opinion.



I 11:32:48 ImgBurn Version started!

I 11:32:48 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 3)

I 11:32:48 Total Physical Memory: 3,144,176 KB - Available: 2,571,556 KB

I 11:32:48 Initialising SPTI...

I 11:32:48 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 11:32:48 Found 1 DVD

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Burn it again and turn on the 'Verify' option this time please.


If that all works there's no reason your PC couldn't play the disc even if your standalone will not.


Either PC and standalone player cannot play the CD (the suspect defective).

I will try using the verify option.


Thanks for now.

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