Re: Window Media Player 11 on Vista
I got it working the way I like it now. I made the default action for
blank cd: Burn with Windows Media Player... and that did the trick.
Locksley Young wrote:
> I updated my post on another forum with the following elaboration:
> Thanks for your response.
> Yes, I have all my music RIPed to the Windows Library already. I burn
> from there on Windows XP by adding to the burn list using Windows Media
> Player. The space remaining would be recalculated as I add more songs,
> and the Start Burn button at the lower right would be activated (ready
> to be pressed).
> When I try the same process on Windows Vista, The space remaining stays
> at 79%, regardless of how many songs are added to the burn list and the
> Start Burn button is grayed out. However if I switch to Windows Media
> Center, I can select Burn over there and alter the list and see my space
> left decrementing as I add more songs and burn the CD OK.
> BUT, I do not like the Windows Media Center interface and would like to
> do the whole process using Windows Media Player alone.
> What do I need to change for this to happen?
> Locksley Young wrote:
>> Now using WMP11 on Windows Vista. Tried to brun a music cd the way I
>> did it on WINXP... and I could not get the start burn button to
>> activate.. I could only burn it from the Windows Media Center Screen.
>> I prefer to use the controls from Windows Media Player itself to add
>> to burn list and then burn.
>> I have Windows Vista Premium.
>> How can I change it to how it was on WinXP?