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Audio cd I have written them at 16x which is the lowest setting it will go to, when I put the written cd back into the drive I have notced that Itunes comes up instead of wmp

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Hello,
You can always choose to play via WMP though. You can open My Computer and right click on the cd and select Play With or Open With and select WMP. The thing is, does it play on other cd players besides the comptuer's?

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