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If it didn't work you might not have used the correct program to burn the CD. I recommend using Windows Media Player. This is already installed on your Notebook. Open the program, at the top you will see Library, now playing, rip, burn, sync. Click on burn. Now you will see a separator on the right side of the screen that has a picture of a CD and says to drag items to the list. Left click on the song you want on the CD, hold in the left click and drag over to the column then release the button. Do this with each song you want on the CD and click on the Start Burn button at the bottom of the list you created.
You can use a microphone or a built-in one (if the laptop has one) and use the Sound Recorder program. Click on Start - All Programs - Accessories - Entertainment - Sound Recorder. You can then record your voice-over and save the Wave file and burn it on a CD disk.