Old 17th October 2000, 23:12   #1
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are these the types of cd's and i have cd-rewritable Media does that mean i can't burn audio to these? could that be the problem why i can't play them in my car cd player but they work on my computer i converted everything right but the cd player in my car won't even reconize it
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Old 17th October 2000, 23:58   #2
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You can burn audio tracks to a rewritable cd.
Unfortunately most stereo cd players don't play them.

My cd player will spin the disc and display the total track time and number of tracks, but when i try to play it says error.

You'll have to use a normal cdr (non - rewritable)

I've yet to find a cd player that plays cdrw.
It's about time they all did.
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you can only use cd-r's becouse the cd-rw's are for data only and you have to convert the mp3 to a wave file then to a audio file in order to play them in your car cd player trust me i have done it but i lost my incoder by winamp
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Also, don't forget to close the session on the cd when you're done

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Old 25th October 2000, 01:08   #5
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Also, use a faairly decent quality brand of CDR for doing your audios, if not a proper audio CDR (though these are expenisve)

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