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My DVD player loads all discs but when MP3 disc is loaded it restarts 2 or 3 times and also does not play MP3 disc properly.

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Double-check your DVD player's user manual/spec sheet to see if it plays Mp3 format files at all. Find out, specifically what kind it can read.

If your Mp3 disc is a DATA CD instead of an AUDIO CD, then nothing besides a computer is going to play it.

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