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    Hi

    I am having a problem with getting a CD I have burnt on my PC to comply with the "repeat all" function on a stand-alone CD/stereo unit.

    My 2yo son loves a particular DVD of his and I ripped the audio track to a set of wav files and burned them onto an audio CD for him, and he listens to it at night time. Usually with his night-time CDs - including the ones that Dad burns for him - repeat all tracks all night without a hitch, but this one cd, no matter what, doesn't seem to want to do it.

    I am using a Benq generic CD burner and it does all my CDs without this issue, and use Nero express to burn them.

    I have tried the following to no avail:
    - different blank media
    - burning at a slower speed
    - converting to MP3 then converting to ausio Cd with nero
    - joining all the wavs into a single track and using single "track repeat"
    - burning with the CDRW function of my DVD burner

    Does anyone have any suggestions of what else I might try??

    Thanks very much in advance.

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    Try and confirm you are burning audio with a frequency of 44.1hz only ... normal music cd's .

    Use audiocity to convert them to required frequency before burning them .

    Never encode to mp3 and back to wav ... the quality gose down .
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    THanks Bjs

    Unfortunately the tracks are all 44.1hz, so it must be something else.
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    I just ran into a toast sucker ...

    Check the file name's used on the disc that play's fine .
    Then compare that too this new disc you are creating ... might be a file naming issue .
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