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Do you mean you have to burn your song from your RCA mp3 player to a cd??? well, thats simple, try to plug your mp3 player to your PC then if you could open directly your mp3 player, you could copy the songs on it then transfer it on a folder. or if you need to use the mp3 player's software to communicate with the mp3 player, you try to look for the function extract/export or whatever function in your software to transfer your mp3 player songs to your pc.

well if your done, lets go to the second step.

you need to have a cd burner in your pc and the software to burn cd (like nero). if you got these things, well we are ready to burn.

1st, run the nero software. then look for the "make an audio cd", then the program will ask for the files (songs) that you will burn, thats the time you will place your transfered songs from your mp3 player. then just click next.. and it will start to burn then finishes... then there you go....

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