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I want to burn Windows Media Audio/Video file to a cd so i could play it to a cd player

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You can use nero software to burn the cd please remember before burning you want to select you want to burn as data disc, audio cd, video cd, mp3...etc...This CD's you can play through DVD player....Hope you will succeed...Thank you...

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Put a blank cd in your drive and make a playlist in window media player and open the copy to cd dialog and copy your contents. You can also go for 'nero' for the same purpose which is more easy and better.

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