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I rip a music CD to my music then burn it to blank CD. It will play on my car player but not on my Hi-Fi or radio-CD player. All the procedures are MP3 and the discs are formatted "Mastered". My PC has Vista Premium plus Nero 8. What am I doing Wrong. Please help. Roy

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Sounds like you burned it as a mp3 which you can play on certain mp3 compatible audio devices but your hifi and cd player are not mp3 compatible you would need to burn the disk as audio disk

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Can you tell me which model number you have?

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When you insert an audio cd you can automatically rip.
Click the rip button at the top and an option box shows, and rip the cd.
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Pop your music CD into the drive and open it with Windows Media Player. In Media Player there is an option to "Rip" or "Copy" the CD.

Choose one of those options and copy the CD to the hard drive. After its been ripped you can then select the burn option and copy it to a blank CD.

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