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new mac user with a 13'' mac book pro , now 2 weeks old.
every time i try and do an audio cd either with finder or itunes i get an error message and the cd wont pay on a cd player, i use a cd-r disc. i probably being a complete doofus but any help or rhyme or reason why this happens would be appreciated
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Try using disk utility directly, or alternatively, download Burn, which is a free burning program, which should make things a little easier for you.

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Not a very good answer I'm afraid. You really should have tried to discover and then address the actual problem the OP is having.

To redfern63: does this only happen when you try to burn an Audio CD? Could you describe the steps you are taking to make this happen? Are you always using the same brand of CD-R?
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Not that bad an answer, I never found the methods he tried worked very well. Far easier to use Burn and drag the tracks you want to burn into the window and burn a disc.
To be honest, it could be the media he's using, if it's a cheap brand.
I was merely pointing out a different method for him to try, that will just cost him a disc. No harm in that.

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im using verbatim cd-r disc ive tried doing through finder and through itunes as for method i followed the instructions. tried the burn program an it didnt come up with the error message but too late to try it on the cd player tonight.
burn method is all well and good but i should be able to do without that ta
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will have another go with itunes and finder, jot what i do down and get back
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