On 2002-01-27 19:12, AMDInfiniti wrote:
Yea i'm running Win2k pro and whenever I explore a music cd or use winamp to try to play it, it doesn't recognize the files as wav files but instead, cda files. I find that windows media player can play these files. Also, when I try to rip a cd it just rips at 1x and plays the song. I DON'T WANT TO RIP AT 1X. Any ideas?
CD-Audio files are, in fact, *.CDA files and not *.WAV. CD-Audio is converted to *.WAV format when ripping or writing from/to a CD.
As for your ripping problem, no one can really help you unless you tell us a) what brand/model CD-RW you are using and b) what specific CD-writing software you are using.