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Cd's will not play on dvd player??

I have a samsung model c-600 5 disc changer that will not play cd's. It just attempts to then says "no Disc" any ideas as to what is causing this, and possible fixes/ Thank you, Bob

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Are these CDs . . .

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commercial or home burned CDs? If commercial, contact Samsung. If home burned, what format did you use and does the player support it?

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They are commercial cd's that will not play.

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Just the old CD drive repair FAQ.

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not playing cds burned

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i have vista, dell, studio xps.
burn audio cd on nero, media player, roxio.
none will play any cd, stero system.
am burning audio cd for regular players.
anyone have any solutions?
have tried different brand cds, and slow burn speed.

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Just your luck that your players don't like CDR of any type.


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Try another brand of PC burner

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My first guess is the CDs simply aren't being finalized, or being finalized incorrectly. Since DVD-CD writers are so cheap I'd swap yours out for a different one, along with trying a more established media brand like Verbatim. I've always been a fan of the BENQ drives that have firmware you can modify, FWIW. This will set you back $20 give or take. Try for prices & selection & some valid user comments/feedback on performance.


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Maybe try iTunes

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Since it's free, try iTunes. You should simply be able to drag your songs from your My Music folder into iTunes and it will ingest them. Then create separate playlists with your selected songs to burn, and burn away. Again, it's free, so aside from the time involved, you don't need to spend any money. You can download iTunes directly from

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Yes, but is iTunes really the best burning software?

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That question remains, considering that the OP stated Nero and Roxio (arguably better choices for burning regardless of their various quirks and bloat-like size) would not create good copies.

To the person in the thread who couldn't burn> Did you try copying a CD with Nero Express? In the past, I've had luck using it when full blown Nero reared it's ugly head with features I had no real use for at the time.


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