...to finalize a cd-r after it was burned on a different device? My problem is that the church I go to frequently has a soundman who for some reason fails 90% of the time to finalize a cd-r after it is burned. The cd burner is not a computer: it is a stand-alone unit (combined with a cassette deck) connected to audio just like a cassette deck. After a disc is recorded (during the services) it must be "finalized" in order to operate on any other cd player. Typically, I have to just wait until I can get access to the unit itself to do it.
Is it possible to use this pc to do the finalization process? I have a Dell XPS 8300 with Windows 10.
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Well no software I have will read them. Typically either I get "blank" disc or "read" error. Regardless altho the pc will recognize there is a disc in the drive, I cannot find any option to finalize. Only "erase". And yes I have tried.
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