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  1. Yes, more than 2 file systems are not supported. I don't support importing file systems burned with other applications anyway.
  2. Can you please describe the exact steps you follow for reproducing the problem?
  3. Yes, 130 MB of MP3 is way more than 700 MB disc space. See https://cdburnerxp.se/help/appendices/disctypes You can burn 700 MB of uncompressed audio only.
  4. I'm sorry but it looks like I'm not able to help you with your problem at this point, as I can neither reproduce nor imagine the cause. If you can reproduce the problem, maybe you can find out which version of CDBurnerXP introduced the problem? There is a list of all versions here: https://download.cdburnerxp.se/ Maybe try a version from a year ago and then try newer or older versions depending on the result.
  5. Isn't the song saved to begin with? Otherwise you could hardly burn it.
  6. I cannot reproduce your problem. In particular, why would the last of the 5 discs be correct if the issue starts with the second disc? One thing I could imagine is that Windows isn't actually showing what's on the disc. If you did not do alredy, please reboot your computer and check if the disc contents are still incorrect.
  7. Can't reproduce this problem, memory use is pretty much constant while burning a BD-R.
  8. Thanks!
  9. AAC is not supported. Unfortunately, the fee for licensing the codec is unreasonably high, so there is nothing I can do about that.
  10. The problem is I cannot tell you why this error occurs because it is quite generic. For a start, try updating to the latest version of CDBurnerXP (you didn't state which version you currently use).
  11. See Or similar questions. Closed.
  12. @AlanA Thank you. Should probably use your post for copy and paste.
  13. To which application does the message belong? Preferably, you post a screenshot.
  14. Can you make screenshots about how you burn these files? I don't know if you restart the program in between, clear the compilation or manually remove files/folders from your compilation. Also, you talk about ISO files at some point, I don't understand the relation there. So do you burn discs or do you create ISO files? Do you use the split disc functionality?
  15. OK, I found a situation where this issue might occur. Please verify that the issue is fixed with the next version.