I just got an HP 8250i CDRW Dirve for my computer and I want to make an audio CD from some existing CD's that I have. I tried one so far and was able to get the cd to record but the songs were all choppy when I listened to it. Here's what I did.
Using Adaptec software, I setup a CD layout and then created the CD using my other CD ROM drive as the player or source drive. I had to keep changing CD's everytime there was a song change since a was mixing songs from different CD's. Everything went fine and it recorded much quicker than I though it would but as I said before, the aufio on the CDR was very choppy and did not maintain a consistent speed when I played it.
The CDRW dirve I have is an HP 8250i that is a 4X 4X 24X drive. I recorded the songs onto a CDR CD made by HP, not a CDRW. I have already used the drive to make a data backup and had no problems. I'm assuming that I did something wrong when I was making the audio copy.
Would the results be better if I created WAV files instead of copying direct from my other CD Rom drive?
Thanks and Merry Christmas