Search Advanced search Home Information Download Addons News Support Forum Develop Get This can happen in the case you directly rip tracks from CD to your MP3 Player or to a memory card: USB devices (expecially old ones) can be really slow! DVDdoug Hero Member Joined: 23 August, 2007 Posts: 3,299 Logged Some CDs Not Ripping Properly Reply #7 – 13 September, 2013, 05:16:20 PM QuoteI don't understand because most CDs are fine...It's Windows Media Player Cannot Rip One Or More Tracks From The Cd Too bad there isn't a refresh button!

But it has ripped hundreds of CD's without any problems, including some moderately scratched CD's, with no side effects. When I went into MM again, it let me rip a CD as usual then but I had the same freezing problem on the next one. I use a mid 2010 computer. No, create an account now.

If that doesn't help, I'll try another computer.You can also try polishing-out the scratches. iTunes is fine for playback and creating playlists, but not so great for ripping. There is a resource conflict so that IO reads from CD and simultaneous IO writes to PC HD generate internal errors and slow down the process. Guess many had this issue and now if I am not mistaken Imac's no longer make built in drives.

jerrygene, Jan 26, 2015 #16 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Itunes got the music up for sale and download, what am I missing? I defrag'd the drive and today I am having no issues ripping cd's. rockclassics, Sep 13, 2009 #8 Vidiot See It in Dolby Vision!

I promised myself I would never install that dodgy program on my PC again, with its endless options, and badly worded descriptions with horrible grammar errors. Lowlander (MediaMonkey user since 2003) Lowlander Posts: 42214Joined: Sat Sep 06, 2003 5:53 pm Top Reply with quote CD ripping problem by nikatnyte » Sun Aug 13, 2006 2:55 pm I just lived with it. Which mode are you using to rip: secure or burst?

I have loaded none of their malicious software onto my system and I've also stopped autorun when the cd loads, by holding shift down. You can even save the LOG as a file for later reference. Please try again. In this case, you need a new CD Player device.

Click the Apply button followed by OK. You can do a lot better on external pricing if you just reuse an external case with a bridgeboard and drop in an internal drive, if you're handy with tools. Also, make sure Windows Media Player is pointing to a valid folder to rip audio tracks. What drive do you have?

Anyway here follows a practical guide about investigating a slow ripping problem in order to find the exact cause of it, and hopefully fix it. Then copy the directory to your WMP library iTunes library iPod or whatever. CD players and CD player software has error correction and "error hiding" that can mask reading problems.

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