Well, I got it to work by (I guess) tricking the system somehow. I told
iTunes to import it, at the same time as telling Audacity to open one of
the tracks on the disc. So there we are. Bill
On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 3:10:10 PM UTC-4, Bill Spencer wrote:
> Yes, I can play it in the car, but I haven't tried it in another machine
> On Friday, October 14, 2016 at 2:30:16 PM UTC-4,
> joh...@pharmacy.arizona.edu wrote:
>> > On Oct 14, 2016, at 10:16 AM, Bill Spencer <wspe...@jhu.edu> wrote:
>> > Hi there: Every once in a while my little Samsung CD drive won't be
>> able to read a disc for import into iTunes. When it does happen (not very
>> often), if I unplug its USB connector from the Mini and then reinsert it,
>> all's well, but now I've got a disc where even that doesn't work. Any ideas
>> on why, or on how to resolve this? As always, my thanks in advance!
>> I’ve run across a couple audio CDs that just won’t read properly from a
>> CD-R/RW drive. At the time I had a weird portable CD player that had a USB
>> port to allow you to use it as a CD-ROM drive and it worked.
>> Do the CD’s play in a normal CD player? Maybe it’s a damaged disk.
>> Bruce Johnson
>> University of Arizona
>> College of Pharmacy
>> Information Technology Group
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