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  1. It's not really corrupted, it's just not the original date. Unfortunately I do not have access to this information. It should be fine when viewed in Windows Explorer.
  2. The progress bar should show the progress, sure. If it does not seem to do anything, trying SPTD would indeed be a good idea. Otherwise using a different burning mode (use pause between tracks and no CD-Text to burn track-at-once) might be worth a try. However, if you have been burning 10 year old discs (if I understand that correctly) that might also be an issue
  3. Which installer do you use for installing and what is the exact message you get? (If all else fails you can also use the portable version of CDBurnerXP btw.)
  4. Audio discs have quite a different data structure compared to data discs. I'm not saying it's impossible, but I can't implement it with the tools I have.
  5. Actually, this is indeed not a simple thing to implement. What most applications, including CDBurnerXP, do is simply coping the audio files. Anything in between is harder to determine and replicate. I'm certain there are applications (maybe commercial) that do this but I don't know which ones.
  6. You'll see this information if already included in the audio file. Nothing wrong with that in my opinion.
  7. Unfortunately I can't really do much about installer issues (they are rare anyway). You can try using the MSI installer or portable version alternatively.
  8. What do you try to achive by editing the album? CDBurnerXP can only burn title + artist as CD-text so editing the album column would not have any effect.
  9. Given the same set of data, CDBurnerXP will generate the same discs when using disc spanning. However, as you pointed out correctly, skipping some discs in this process would be helpful.
  10. Well, you could call it "full erase" alternatively. Or "potentially secure erase". It's hard to simplify a complex matter using just a few words...
  11. Unfortunately I do not know this error or what might cause it. A screenshot of the situation might help, but I think it's best if you use Google for finding a solution that fits your situation.
  12. When burning audio discs, the format will always be "WAV" because that is the only format that normal CD players can read.
  13. Verdächtig, wenn es mit mehreren Programmen nicht funktiontioniert. Abgesehen vom Brenner kann es auch schon mal andere Fehlerquellen (z.B. das SATA Kabel) geben. Ein Versuch wert wäre es, Updates (Treiber und Geräte) aller beteiligten Geräte vorzunehmen soweit möglich
  14. Is this what you are looking for? https://www.thewindowsclub.com/set-autoplay-defaults-windows-10
  15. Wouldn't a better option be using a different password? You should be using password managers anyway if you care about security.
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