I'm having a problem now burning audio CD's with my Windows Media Player 10. It doesn't appear to be a software problem, my suspicion is my CD-R drive is shot, but this is what it does, it gets practically all the way through a burn and then quits, and then it tells me, "WMP was not able to burn all files to CD, it has reduced burn speed to correct this problem, insert another blank disc and try again". Bologna. The stupid thing has ruined to many discs already. I've tried every darn burn speed including auto select, and it does the same thing. It even says it reduced the burn speed when it's on 1X speed and can't get any slower! It's got me real ticked off. I like to download music from the internet and then burn it to CD. It's way cheap, fast and hassle free. Has anyone had a similiar burn problem, and what did you do to solve it? Does anyone have any idea what might be wrong? I've been looking at external drives. I think I'm going to buy a Sony DRU-720UL drive. It burns practically every known format including dual layer discs and CD's. I found one on ebay for less than a hundred bucks.