Question about Computers & Internet
You don't say what your are trying to burn to your cd. If its MP3 music files you can go back and reduce the size of them so that they will fit. a good size for mp3 is 128 kb/s but they will still sound good at 56kb/s even better yet is to simply not try to put so much on one CD, try using two cd's instead
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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