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You cant delete anything once files are burnt to a disk. you will have to copy the music to a folder then delete the music files that you don't want then you can add more music files then burn them to another cd/dvd
start click on computer to open you should see your drives C: and your other
drives cd dvd and your phone E: or F:
Right click on the the music disk to open
you should see your music
there you select the music files right
click on the music file/s select copy navigate back to the drive right click
select paste or hold the mouse cursor the music file/s drag them to your
and paste them in usually in my
documents my music.
you can only open that file and make the icon file visible to your desktop by downloading cd or iso burner through nero, demon or alcohol. because .nrg files is a image extension file generate through software applications cd and iso image burners.
I may add alot of times older equipment has a hard time reading burned cd's because when ever burning cd's the pits that are burnt into the cd are shallow. The faster the cd burns the more shallow it is... one thing you can try to do is burn at 2x in the WAV format cause it most diffenately will not read mp3 format being that old equipment. You may get lucky burning at 2x because the pits that it burns in the cdrom will be deeper. As the clarification said do use CD-R's. If this doesn't work at 2x chances are that equipment is just not going to be able to read a burnt cd period. Good Luck!!! I hope this works for you!!!
If you are using windows Media Player to burn the cd you have to burn to an audio cd. You can only burn to mp3 cd if your car or home system canread them. Wma audio cannot normally be read by car or home audio. The file format is called WAV
When you go to burn a cd/dvd there should be and option for you to tick that allows you to burn the cd/dvd for other computer etc... to use too, before you click on burn have a look around for the options on that page
1.Try using a CD-ReWriter Drive instaed of simple CD Rom drive.Some CD's can be read on CD-RW drives which are unaccessable on CD ROMs.
2.Use the CD burning program "NERO" (or anyother) to read files on your CD through its menu just before burning.Then copy those files to your HDD if you want to save your data.