Hi Susie,If the songs play correctly once in your music match library, thats a good start. Most people dont have the facility to get that far! Unfortunately, it also means a hardware problem is the most likely cause. Since you are getting the music into your computer, and it plays ok, then the problem is making it leave your computer again.I can think of 3 most likely possibilities. There could be a setting in your burning software that you have missed, which is causing the cds to be burnt at a higher speed. Some software does allow you to make small adjustments to this, but usually no more than a few percent faster and slower than the original. Which software are you using to burn with?Secondly, there may be a problem with your burner thats just developed. Have you burnt any other cd's successfully recently? Try choosing music from a different folder and burning that, just to test.One more possibility is that its not your computer or the cd at all.. have you tried playing the disc in more than one cd player? I know its stating the obvious but if you havent done so, take the disc that runs too fast and try it in a different cd player instead.If none of these appear to be the problem, then we'll need more information. I'm not familiar with musicmatch jukebox, so I dont know how it does things. Are you using a 'direct burn' method at all.. ie. the software is copying the cassette, storing it in a temp file then burning directly to disc? Or are you using the software to upload the songs onto your computer, and then, in a separate process, burning the music to disc? If you are storing the music first, what format are you saving the music as.. ie. mp3, wav, m4a, etc?What CPU, RAM, and operating system are you using?**To obtain this information in both XP and Vista, click on Start, then right click on My Computer and select properties. This will bring up a window called System Properties. On the 'General' tab on this window, you'll see all of this information.
Mitz from Tips4pc