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I really liked CDex, but it will no
longer work in Win 10. It refuses to recognize I have a disc in
the drive when I try to rip tracks. Windows ejects the disc and
keeps asking for one. It always worked great in Win 7 so I need
another program like that that will work in Win 10.\
On 7/10/2016 1:52 PM, Richard Kuzma via Groups.io wrote:
Sorry it took so long to respond.
I use a program called mp3 cd doctor.
It is accessible with nvda and allows you
to take mp3 files and burn them to cd in an audio format.
It works great.
Also, t rip audio cd’s to mp3, I use
something called cdex – which I believe stands for cd
It is free also and works great.
Somnetimes, I just use media player and set
it to auto extract and eject the cd once I put it in.