31 Aug '09 03:03>
I have a CD, a burned list by one of my kids, I ripped it into microsoft media player and it seems to have done that ok, but when I go to my computer and try to find properties, it shows 0 bytes used and 0 bytes left, but the thing plays fine. It has 17 tracks and would allow only 16 tracks to be ripped on one list, the 17th track insisted on going to a second CD list. So I am thinking the thing is an MP3 maybe, 16 tracks show as 79 minutes so the last track would put it into the 80+ minute bracket. So I go to burn it from the ripped library and keep getting a message to insert a blank CD which I have plenty of but something is not recognizing the blank, the player, or the media software, using XP and the CD burner is an LG RW and DVD burner. It should work fine but it plays the cd I want to burn but doesn't recognize the blank CD's I put in. Any ideas? I don't see how I can see even how many megs an individual file is in MS media player, if it showed, say, 10 megs, I would know it's probably an MP3 but if it showed 35 megs or so, I would think it would be an ordinary CD file but can't see how to see that in Media player.