I think I have finally found out why my audio CDs didn't contain the
CD-Text after burning.
I have the Pioneer DVR-109 CD/DVD-RW, and after double checking the
Pioneer site, I can only see CD-Text supported in reading not writing!
Doh! If this is definitely the case it really sucks. It is a
completely new drive, so you'd expect it to be supported.
I also have a Samsung CD-RW which, I took out my system to make room,
and because I already have two 5.25" drives, a DVD-RW for burning
DVDs, and a DVD-Rom, that can play all regions.
I will have to buy a Ultra ATA card so I can plug in the Samsung
again, hopefully that will support it? If not, I may have to go back
to a really old Firewire external Yamaha 16x CD-RW I have and try my
luck with that. If none of them work I'll have to go and buy a Sony
CD-RW, that would surely have to work seen as they created the
As for software, apparently Windows Media Player doesn't support the
reading of CD-Text from burned audio CDs according to the Nero Support
reply I received the other day.
It's been one thing after another this year so far for me. I have
still got to test DVD-Lab to see if that works well for me.
"John" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>I think I have finally found out why my audio CDs didn't contain the
> CD-Text after burning.
> I have the >SNIP<
> It's been one thing after another this year so far for me. I have
> still got to test DVD-Lab to see if that works well for me.
John you really need to get things in perspective. People are dying of
disease and hunger all the time. You are not having a bad year.
You have some minor technical problems which do not cause severe damage to
your long term existance.