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Formatting a file to an audio cd

I have digital voice recorder and I transferred a recording to my pc. I burned it on to a cd but it would not play on my cd player only my pc, how can i format the file to an audio cd. My pc is windows vista with roxio creator.

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  • kelster Feb 13, 2008

    Your suggestion totally fixed my problem. I downloaded the winamp software for free after I joined a media share site for 1 yr for €20! I just dragged the file onto winamp and burned it onto a disc and hey presto! an audio cd plays that plays on all cd players. Thank you so much!!

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My dear, the voice format is an updown format. U need Sony las Vegas7 or 8 editing software with Sony DVD architect 4.0 & sony Acid pro v6.0d. this will 100% work. best of luck.....

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Write an 'audio cd' by the roxio creator, instead of directly buring the file to CD

Please choose an option to write 'audio CD' bcos most of the CD players do not recognise other formats

u may use some free audio CD creation softwares also... If i am right, winamp may also help

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Try to tell me.... whether my suggestion was useful???

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Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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