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Im downloading songs on my cd , they work good when i play them on the computer,, but i want the songs for my car and my dvd in my car isnt taking it... what can i do ,,, change the format is what pple are saying??? can you help me on this issue

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Thank u so much for ur in put , now could u walk me throu on the steps to convert them i am using i tunes and yes i did try to burn them wiith the mp3 files and it never worked , but i never tried what u suggust because i dont no how i should do it:( if u could walk me throu what u done wou;ld be greatly appreciated is itunes first of all a good program to use for the task......... be waiting for ur reply thank u so much

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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Assuming your car dvd can first of all handle copied discs.. can it read mp3 files? (which is what you likely have the songs as) if the player can read copied discs but not mp3 files then you need to 'burn' the mp3's after converting them to wav files (must be at least 44.000 quality to be recognised as music tracks) the good news is most disc authoring programs will do this conversion for you IMPORTANT dont forget to finalize or 'close' the disc after recording it or it wont work

Posted on Oct 07, 2008

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    Jon Muncaster Oct 08, 2008

    If you have Windows Media Player it is quite simple to burn an audio CD Itunes I think not a good program for the task. in Media Player go to Library tab and select track(s) to burn to disc...(add your music to library if not already there by clicking the library tab and then 'add music to library' this is done automaticaly by Media Player normaly)



    When you have the track(s) selected click the Burn tab in Media Player and select Audio CD (should be selected by default) the tracks you chose will be converted to proper format and burned to CD



    Hope this helps

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