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If you search the net for a "Sound Converter" you should find one that will do the job. There are some free ones out there. But if you download any always pick the advanced options, as some like to send down software that will reset your browser. With the advanced one you can say no!
Assuming you mean a USB flash drive or MP3 player via USB, I first have to warn you that you must obey all copyright laws for copyrighted songs. That being said, as long as you have purchased a song legally, you can put that on any device you wish. It's not easy because all of the software out there restricts you to explicitly NOT be able to use the song on any device you want even though you own the right to listen to it now.
It is easiest to burn the files to CD first, then import them into iTunes as MP3 then copy the MP3 files from your iTunes folder in My Documents\My Music\iTunes to your USB device.
Most USB devices use the file name to identify the song so you will need to rename the MP3 files on your USB device.
it normally means that whatever format your dvd was burned with probably had an error when you were burning did you try to work it your computer , it could mean there is a problem with a disk, or that the laser lens needs to be cleaned