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a few days ago...i started having this prob
i'm using sony crx140e 8x4x32 cdrw drive and sony cd maker 2000 professional to burn my cds
with the prog...whenever it has finished burning,it will run a file checker to compare the files that has been burned
my problem is...if i'm burning files and the fc sez the files are not the same and not burned...i won't be able to read any files in the cd(doesn't applies to all files,mp3s works fine even if the error occured) but when i try to read the cds in my friends comp ,they works fine.what's worst is ,cds burned with cdrwin are not recognized at all
right now i'm using win2k sp2 and i think the prob had also appeared when i'm using win98se but i don't remember what i did to make it go away
please help ,thankx
 

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Well, u ve luck:

I ve the same cd burner as urs...
well, i m runnig win98 and 2k tough and have never xperienced that prob....
BTW, i m using cdr win and winoncd (it sux, but it works).
Well, since ur program is a pro version, could u post a link to the (hum..free) basic version (if it exists).

thx
 

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i just remember one thing
this problem only occures when i burn using dao
and Rargh...some of the cds are readable by both my cdrw drive and dvd drive before so i think it is software prob,not hardware
well...just deactivated the file checker function,gonna check wether it's gone or not
 

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sorry for the late reply but i had so much to do this week
i just reformatted my hd and now i'm using win2k & winme
win2k still can't read the cds but winme can read it with no problems at all
hmmm...whats the prob with win2k???
 

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>Do you have to have a certain keyboard?
Nope, you just need to know how to input ASCII codes. To get é you need to hold down your alt key (either is fine) then, on your keypad (with Num Lock active), press zero, two, three, three, then release alt.

When I was taking French in high school I kept a small list taped to my monitor so I wouldn't have to be bothered with remembering the key sequences. Here's a list of the most common accents, if anyone's interested:
Code:
È     0200
É     0201
Ê     0202
è     0232
é     0233
ê     0234

À     0192
Á     0193
     0194
à     0224
á     0226
â     0227

Ò     0210
Ó     0211
Ô     0212
ò     0242
ó     0243
ô     0244

Ç     0199
ç     0231
You'll notice that they go in order, cap grave, acute, circumflex, then lowercase grave, acute, circumflex, then cap and lowercase cedilla.
 
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