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Re: burn cd will not play on laptop but not on other...
This will be due the Format, That you,ve buned The CD In.
A standard CD Player, recognises the WAV Format.
If you,ve downloaded music, it will be in WMA Or MP3 Format.
You,ll need a program such as Nero, to convert the files To WAV Format, to get a standard CD Player to recognise Them.
If you need further information On how to do this, Please mail me. And i,ll assist you further.
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will not play on what cd player, the one in the laptop or another one that you have around the house? Most times when you make a cd on your computer then it will have a hard time playing on another device such as your stereo in the house or the cd player in the car.
So if it plays on your computer, it burned successfully. Plus you can always open windows explorer to look and see what is on the cd.
if you put them all into one folder
then play it with windows media player
go over to the top right of th media player box
and click on switch to libaray
now stay on the right of the screen
where it says something like unsaved list
check that all your songs are in that box
place your cd in the cd drive wait a few seconds
you will propably get a pop up box giving you option of what you want to do with that disk
just cancell or close the options box and go back to windows media play
now go up to and click on burn
I think you're talking about a CD player in the computer, right? You can download and play mp3 music files on software on your computer. Windows Media Player will do this. You can download free music from a site called Azureus Vuse. After you download the music files to your computer, you can click on them and they will come up in Windows Media Player and play. Good luck, hope I answered your question.
I understood that the laptop you are using the hp pavilion dv6000z has already a pretty good burner..
8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW
4x DVD-/+R DL
so ...all you have to do is to learn how to use it ...and for this I recomand Nero softwaer ...even elder versions of this software works great ..and you can make a data dvd with files like dvdrip avi ...that most dvd and all copmuter will playback it..also ...you can burn dvd or Vcd that will be seen in all ...in the matter of the music ...all pm3 players can read data cd ....meaning just mp3 burned into a disk ...and for cd players that reads only old track format you can make them in windows media player ...so read about and use your burner...
cd-r80 are for music. Your best option is to buy a program like nero. I assume you are just dragging and dropping files to burn them right now. dvd's are more meant for backing up data or making movies because they hold a lot more data then a cd. Are you able to burn disc's at all? Just like all things involved with computers it can get complicated real quick.I hope this helps a little and if you have more questions let me know Thanks, Lee
If u want Burn the Music CD just select the option copy disc option and it will copy all data to memory then it will automatically ejects and ask for a blank disc just remove the music disc and insert it with a blank disc it will start writing i.e, burning then finally it will come out and u r music disc is ready
U have lot of software to burn a disc most commonly used is NERO Windows default Windows Media Player ROXIO
If u Have any doubt or a clarification please describe the problem Clearly
The problem is the format, car stereos use a different format than computers do for reading discs. You can try formatting the burn process for the type of stereo (usually an MP format will work) or try different burning software, I've found that Nero works better than Windows for burned music CD's for the CD player in my Caddy, and I don't have to format. You might be able to find Nero at filehippo.com