Question about Car Audio & Video
Some players won't play CD's that are not "finalized" or are the "Music CD" type. Try burning CD's that are "Music CD's" They cost more and are harder to find. If those work, then it is a problem with the feeble attempts at copy protection that was done years ago. No solution then other than to use Music CD's when copying and burning.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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