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How to burn a disc from files downloaded to the computer from my recorder

I am trying to burn a CD of the files downloaded to the computer from my recorder. My computer is equipped with a CD writer and I have "Roxio" software, which accepts .wav format. However, everytime I try to burn a CD of these files, I get an error message saying that the format is unacceptable. I bought the recorder because the guy at Radio Shack told me I would be able to copy the files to a disc once they were transferred to the computer. Any assistance or suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you, in advance, for your courtesies and response to this inquiry. Ruth My cd software lost, who i can do downloaded

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You will need to change the format of the files by using sound recorder in windows xp. just open the file and save as cd quality format. this will change the bit rate to 16 bit needed to make a cd

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