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Burn a CD and play on my (any) CD player

How can I transfer sound files from my laptop computer unto a Cd
(this bit is easy I know), but then be capable of listening to them on
my car CD player?

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Right click on the file and select Send To > CD Disk
When done,
Open My Computer > Open CD Drive. Click Write File on the left

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FIrst off you'll need to connect your cassette player to your computer with either composite cables or a red and white sound cable that is on one end and a single stereo plug on the other side. Once you get that connected, you basically have to play the cassettes to the computer and the computer will record the sound (since you plug the sound in like a speaker to the computer) and then save the file for later burning it on to a CD. You'll need some software that will allow you to capture the sound and record it. Examples are Nero, Windows Media Center, VLC, eSoft's Super, Quick Time Player. and many more. Once you play the cassette completely through, the software you use will have type of formats that you can use to record the music. I would choose AVI as my type. Then once you have the AVI file, then burn it to a CD for playing on a CD player. The burning software (windows comes with one standard, but there are many CD burning software products for free) will convert the AVI file into the CD players format so you can play it on the CD player.


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You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs ...does this mean.. to burn the cd onto the computer?


Hello, to Rip a CD to your computer means to convert the audio on the CD into a format that your computer can play, such as mp3 or wma. Windows media player can rip CDs to both formats and stores them in your music folder. Just insert your CD and the option to rip should pop up.
To Burn a CD means the reverse, to transfer music files from your computer to a CD. Media player does this a well, just click the Burn tab to begin.
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Can music be transferred to computer and then be burned to cd


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Please follow the below solutions to create either an audio CD-ROM of .wav files or back-up
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Explanation: These digital voice recorders create .wav files at 8kHZ, 12kHZ, or 22kHz
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1. Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click Entertainment, and then click Sound Recorder.
2. On the File menu, click Open.
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4. On the File menu, click Save As.
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CD won't play


Sounds like the disk has not finalised correctly. Computers can play CDRs when they are only partly completed as they search the disk fro the files. A CD player expects to find a Table of Contents to tell it where the tracks are and if this has not written correctly it will not play on ordinary CD players but will work in computers.

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Sounds like a tough problem to have because half of the CD drive is working fine (the reading part) but half isn't (the writing/burning part).

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2) if, when you load the blank CD, Windows says that it's unable to burn it, it might not be a CD that your burner can recognize. If you are using different or new CDs, try another one or borrow someone else's blank CD. I've had it happen where a set of CDs that I bought were bad and couldn't be used. Also, some cheap CDs don't work on some CD burners.

3) It might be a bad CD drive. If it's an older computer, you might have to get a new CD drive. Before doing this, I'd try reinstalling the software and drivers for your CD burner and try both the suggestions from above. Good luck


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