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  1. I'm not sure what kind of CD you're using. If you are burning to a CD-R, you cannot change what is already on the CD; you need to just re-burn everything onto a different CD. Are you using a CD-RW? In that case, you either use multisession, or scratch the whole thing and re-burn the "same files (with changes)" onto the blanked CD-RW.
  2. What "load's of different way's" have you tried? The only way I know of to write ISO files with CDBurnerXP is to select "Write disc from ISO file" from the File menu of the main window. If that's not working for you, grab ImgBurn, which basically does nothing but handle disc images.
  3. Go to www.apple.com and download iTunes. Using iTunes, create an account with Apple, for which you will need a credit card which is valid in your country (provided their music store operates in your country). Search for the artists you want; albums are about 10USD, or songs are .99USD each.
  4. I'd like to help, but I totally do not understand your question. Are you trying to burn an audio CD? If so, why do you have an ISO? Perhaps I am not knowledgeable enough.....
  5. CDBurnerXP will burn audio CDs which can be read in a stereo (New Compilation, Create Audio CD). You can throw a few different audio formats at it, and it will convert them all to standard 44.1 WAV and burn a standard ("Red Book") audio CD from those files. However, the resulting Audio CD does not contain WAV files. When you ask about burning WAV files, your intent is not quite clear. Yes, you can burn an Audio CD from WAV files, and this CD can be read in a standard stereo. But no, you can't burn a CD with WAV files on it, as very few stereos will play .wav files..... I hope that made sense.
  6. MP3 CDs, or data discs with MP3 files on them, retain the songs' original filenames. Most players will play MP3 audio files in alphabetical order; thus, "Bennie And The Jets" plays before "Smells Like Teen Spirit" plays before "We Are The Champions". The simplest (though time-consuming) way around this is to add numbers to the beginning of the MP3 files before burning the disc, so that "01SmellsLikeTeenSpirit" plays before "02WeAreTheChampions". Renaming utilities (http://www.webxpace.net/cgi-bin/countdo ... enamer.zip) can be a big help with this, though you'll have to be tricky to take advantage of them. If you have big chunks which are in the correct order in relation to each other but not to the rest of the files, use numbered folders, which are also usually opened in alpha order..... If there's a better way, I haven't found it yet :S Hope this was helpful.....
  7. The "Save image as ISO file" option takes the files that are currently added to the project and sticks them in an ISO; if you want to copy the files on a disc, you drag them from the disc into the current project pane. Note that this ISO is not a direct copy of the disc in the drive, only the current project files stuffed in a single ISO file, and thus the ISO will not retain bootability (?), etc. This knowledge has been obtained by trial and error; anyone feel free to set me straight.
  8. As far as I can tell (someone correct me if I am wrong) there is no way to create an exact CD copy with CDBurnerXP 3.0.116; even the ISO creation doesn't create it directly. I don't know about the newer beta version..... If I may recommend another app, try InfraRecorder. While it's not officially complete, it still works quite well. The disc image creation is fully functional, at least to the extent that I've tried.....
  9. CDBurnerXP only burns the files, it does not do MPEGII (or any other kind of video) encoding. If the timestamp is encoded into the video, it is placed there by whatever program you are using to encode, not the burning app.....
  10. In forums, it helps to be specific about what you are trying to do, and what error displays when you fail. What format are the pictures/music?
  11. It would help if you gave more specific details. What exactly are you trying to do?
  12. Don't worry about the post, we all make dumb moves at times. I've heard plenty of arguments from both sides of the religion debate, very few of which were grounded in logic. Many people say logic has no place in religious matters; I disagree. Having established that, I assume that somebody who makes a statement regarding the accuracy of religious beliefs must base their argument in logic (if for no other reason than to retain their right to intellectual respect), thereby necessitating evidence. Just out of curiosity, why do you consider all religion nonsense?
  13. I found it interesting that you so freely write off all religious people as "child-like". I don't mean to be rude, but this is a rather foolish statement. I'm not necessarily religious; but some of the smartest people I've ever known were. I would not be so quick to lump them all together. On top of that, I have a hard time condemning organizations which produce people like Mother Theresa. Where would the world be without Ghandi? Regardless of whether Jesus was real or not, the world would be a better place if our children modeled themselves after him, correct? I'm not saying I condone the original poster, nor agree with him; I could care less if somebody wants to use Judas as their nickname. (I am curious about what kind of person would use Adolph Hitler, but no matter.) But I would like to point out that yours was quite a forceful post for someone who claims that you "don't force my opinions on the general public".....
  14. CDBurnerXP cannot create audio CDs from protected audio files. I'm no expert, but can't you use Windows Media Player to do that? If nothing else, there's always FairUse4WM to strip the DRM out of LEGALLY PURCHASED songs.
  15. I shouldn't be posting, I really have no idea how to solve your problem. :S In general, the first thing to try is a reinstall of all necessary components. I've also had trouble when trying to add folders with foreign-language filenames, but I'm not sure if that is relevant in your situation.....
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