That I'm aware of, you're losing the track names because audio CD's don't support meta data like that. In fact, when you insert a retail CD and the track names pop up automatically, it's only because the "fingerprint" of the CD can be matched to the CDDB and it's the CDDB providing the track info, not the CD itself. When you burn your own playlist to an audio CD, there is no "fingerprint" match at CDDB.<br><br><pre>** sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn **</pre><p>
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