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"i want to burn mp3 music on cd for my car stereo, but it won't play. Can you help me please,"

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If you went to 'audio burning' in nero and chose 'audio cd' then you should really not have any problems because it will play on any cd player. If you still have trouble with this though try burning an audio cd in windows media player instead. Create a playlist, it cannot be longer than 70 mins (i normally max at 68 minutes) then select burn playlist. This should play in your car with no problems.

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