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    Yeah the original CD works great.

    No I have not tried doing that. How would I go about doing that. Yes the CD Rom is Set to master and the CD RW is set slave, they are on the same cable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1badex96
    No I have not tried doing that. How would I go about doing that. Yes the CD Rom is Set to master and the CD RW is set slave, they are on the same cable.
    I've just ripped '20th Century Boy' by T REX using grip program, and selected it to rip without encodeing, and then I opened K3B and burnt the wav file off the cd to a new CD using the audio project thing in K3B.

    It's now playing great.

    note: I have my CD/RW set to master and my DVD player set to slave on the IDE cable they share.

    hope this helps;

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