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I am using a powerbook g4 800, os 10.2.6, itunes 4.0.1, internal mata cd-rw cw-8121. I am having, mostly, no problem burning audio cd's, other than a once in awhile bad disk, but when I try to burn an mp3 disk, it messes up. Usually, it will go thru the whole buning process and then up comes the dialog box saying (something like) the disk contains no volumes that os x can read. It gives me the choice of ejecting or ignoring. If I choose ignore, nothing happens and the disk does not mount. I repaired the permissions and tried ...

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    Default Can't burn mp3's

    I am using a powerbook g4 800, os 10.2.6, itunes 4.0.1, internal
    mata cd-rw cw-8121.

    I am having, mostly, no problem burning audio cd's, other than a once
    in awhile bad disk, but when I try to burn an mp3 disk, it messes up.
    Usually, it will go thru the whole buning process and then up comes
    the dialog box saying (something like) the disk contains no volumes
    that os x can read. It gives me the choice of ejecting or ignoring. If
    I choose ignore, nothing happens and the disk does not mount.

    I repaired the permissions and tried again. This time, it got about
    half way thru the burn and then spit out the disk saying disk error. I
    haven't tried again because I'm running out of blank cd's. I've been
    using phillips 80 min/700 mb disks. I went and bought some Maxells to
    try....same thing.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    DaveT Guest

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    Default Re: Can't burn mp3's

    In article <8e1111bf.0307081120.22c3dd55posting.google.com >, DaveT
    <davethomas338hotmail.com> wrote:
    > I am using a powerbook g4 800, os 10.2.6, itunes 4.0.1, internal
    > mata cd-rw cw-8121.
    >
    > I am having, mostly, no problem burning audio cd's, other than a once
    > in awhile bad disk, but when I try to burn an mp3 disk, it messes up.
    > Usually, it will go thru the whole buning process and then up comes
    > the dialog box saying (something like) the disk contains no volumes
    > that os x can read. It gives me the choice of ejecting or ignoring. If
    > I choose ignore, nothing happens and the disk does not mount.
    >
    > I repaired the permissions and tried again. This time, it got about
    > half way thru the burn and then spit out the disk saying disk error. I
    > haven't tried again because I'm running out of blank cd's. I've been
    > using phillips 80 min/700 mb disks. I went and bought some Maxells to
    > try....same thing.
    >
    > Any help would be appreciated.
    You might check the posts at macfixit.com for the last couple of days.
    They had some discussion of this ptoblem.

    Cathy

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    Cathy Stevenson Guest

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