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I am using Verbatim CD-R Light Scribe.

I have burned several cd's with songs but they will not read in my cd players. They only play on my computers of which I have 3. I have 4 cd players and they will not play on any of them.

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You probably burning them as data disk, not audio CD. Select audio CD and do it right this time, you can only fit like 20 songs per disk this way

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