Playback Problems
 

The CD has recorded successfully, but won't play in my home or car stereo CD player! 
I can't hear any audio when I try to play songs within DJ Twist & Burn! 
My MP3 CD is playing tracks back in the wrong order! 

The CD recorded successfully, but it won't play in my home or car stereo CD player!  Did you make sure to use a CD-R disc?  Many people mistakenly use a CD-RW.  Some newer audio CD players will support CD-RWs, but when in doubt use a CD-R!

If you burned a MP3 CD, you will not be able to play it in an older CD player.  The CD player needs to have the MP3 logo or it must be capable of playing MP3 or WMA files!

I can't hear any audio when I try to play songs within DJ Twist & Burn!
You need to check the following settings.

Make sure your speakers are plugged in, turned on and connected to your computer!  (This happens to the best of us. J)
Check your UNCONVERTED WINHELP MACRO:!EP(`sndvol32.exe',)Window's volume mixer and make sure that the Wave volume and Master volume are up and not muted.
Make sure you have the updated and latest sound drivers which you can get and install from your sound card's manufacturers website.   After installing the new sound card drivers, you may need to re-boot.

My MP3 CD is playing tracks back in the wrong order!
MP3 CDs can fit many MP3s and WMA files on to a single CD or DVD.  However, MP3 CD players play the songs in alphabetical order!  If these tracks are chapters in an audio book, it will play in the wrong order!  Make sure to go into the MP3 CD wizard and select "Specify".  On page 5, you'll need to set it to preserve the file order.  You'll need to burn a new CD after these settings have been applied.