I have a project that I'm trying to burn onto a CD, but whenever I insert a CD and try and burn it, I get a notice saying that "no media was found in the device."
I've tried using about 3 different CDs, and my computer is capable of both reading and burning CDs using other programs, so I know that the computer is capable of burning CDs.
Any help would be much appreciated.
We need to know a bit more about your computer system. Is it a PC or Mac? What operating system are you using? What is the CD burner drive? Which programmes recognise the CD burner?
If you insert a commercially recorded Cd into the drive can Audition "Extract Audio from CD" in the File menu?
I'm running a PC (specifically a Toshiba Satellite S55t-A5277) with Windows 8. The CD burner drive is TSSTcorp CDDVDW SU-208BB. (I checked, it's updated). Audition recognizes the drive, just not the media in the drive. All of the programs that I've checked recognize it - the control panel, Office programs, Toshiba and Windows Media Player, Toshiba Video Player. And yes, I can successfully extract audio from CDs.
I'm having the exact same problem. Using Dell XPS 8700, Win8.1. Burner works fine on every other program but Audition. "No media was found in the device. Insert blank recordable CD media, close the tray, then try again.". I've updated drivers, updated audition cc, still nothing.
Okay, that's interesting. Let's see if we can figure this one out. Can you go to Search > Device Manager and expose the "DVD/CD-ROM Drives" item and post what the specific brand and model/version your optical drive is?
I found some information about people experiencing similar issues with the HL-DL-ST drive at http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/91135-nxt-pro-2-not-recognizing- disc-in-drive/ and similar reports in general with the Dell XPS 8700. I'm still researching what might be happening, or if these drives may be using a new driver model that may not be supported by the CD Burning engine licensed in Audition. As soon as I have more information, I'll follow-up.
I am having the same issues with HL-DL-St drives. One is a Pioneer Blue Ray Drive and the other a DVD drive both interfaced using SATA. The Blue Ray Drive worked correctly in my old XP system and then failed to work after I rebuilt the system with a new ASUS 87Z motherboard and updated to 32bit Windows 7. As with the other reports here, neither drive recognizes fresh blank CD media. My work around was to buy a cheap external USB drive also of type HL-DL-ST however this does work correctly using USB. The Pioneer Blue Ray Drive is not type HL-DL-ST to my knowledge.