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Why does my copy of a music CD have hisses and clicks?
Find out first where the noises are coming from. Extract the music to your hard drive first, and listen to it. If the WAV file already sounds bad, then the problem is in the extraction process. Maybe you need to clean your source CD; more likely you need to slow down the extraction speed. Try using another drive/burner to extract the tracks.
If the file sounds OK on your hard drive,
then the problems are more complicated:
Of course, if all else fails, it could be that the laser in your writer is misaligned or damaged.
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