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where the command cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=16 -audio -pad -deviceopts=burnfree -nofix *.wav cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=16 -deviceopts=burnfree -fix it writes and gives no errors but afterwards i cant read from the cd ...
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    when i write an audio cd i cant read it afterward


    where the command

    cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=16 -audio -pad -deviceopts=burnfree -nofix *.wav
    cdrecord dev=0,0,0 speed=16 -deviceopts=burnfree -fix

    it writes and gives no errors but afterwards i cant read from the cd

    what am i doing wrong

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    Have you tried other alternatives, such as not running cdrecord two times, or burning data CDs or so?

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    yes and no

    i thought whne burning audio you had to burn as audio cd for normal cd playrers to recognize will maye the data thing work

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    Yes, you have to burn as an audio CD for normal players to read it. I was just wondering if you can burn data CDs correctly.

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    yes

    yes i can burn data correctly

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    Have you tried several CD players? Far from all can handle CD-Rs.

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    How are you trying to listen/read the audio cd ?

    You cant mount it like a normal iso9660 data cd.
    Try this program, I havent used it but it might help you.

    I normally use xmms to listen to audio cds I have burnt.

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    thanx for telling

    i didnt know i couldnt mount the cds now that i know that it workd just fine thanx for the input

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