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It depends on the format that they were put on the DVD initially, to play these on a car stereo or CD player they may need converting to be recognised by a standard CD player.
In vista, you can use Windows Media Player to do this. I'd recommend copying them to your computer from the DVD by creating a folder called "radio shows" or similar in an area you can easily find again On the desktop is a good place.
Now open Windows Media Player and insert a blank CD into your CD/DVD drive (I'm assuming you have an optical drive that will burn cd's)
In the menu of Media player, you will see a tab called "burn", click on it and you get the option on the right of the pane to "create a burn list". Make sure the icon says audio cd
Now open the folder you just created called "radio shows", select the first shows you want to burn to cd and drag the file onto the area marked "drag items here to create a burn list"
As you add files the CD meter should start to fill up, when it is near full, you can click on "startburn" which is at the bottom of the pane. Your compilation should now burn to a cd, repeat for the next cd.
If you get stuck, under the burn tab, there is a help with burning guide
Hello, to Rip a CD to your computer means to convert the audio on the CD into a format that your computer can play, such as mp3 or wma. Windows media player can rip CDs to both formats and stores them in your music folder. Just insert your CD and the option to rip should pop up.
To Burn a CD means the reverse, to transfer music files from your computer to a CD. Media player does this a well, just click the Burn tab to begin.
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Hi, can you please elaborate more on it. what cd areyou trying to download, is it the main software for the mp3 player? or is it to just download music.
Is it a cd/mp3 player all in one?
Can you tell me which model number you have?
In your pc, if you open up windows media player, you can put in any audio cd and you can rip them to MP3 format. It will automatically save them to the library and then you can burn which ever songs from the library.
When you insert an audio cd you can automatically rip. Click the rip button at the top and an option box shows, and rip the cd. you can select the bit rate, this is the quality of the rip, the lower the number the poorer the quality but smaller file size, so you can fit more on a cd. Click on format and make sure it's on MP3.
Put a blank cd in and click and drag any songs onto the play list. You could add full audio cd's onto the black cd that have been converted to MP3, so you could fit a fair few albums.
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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
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Ok try this DO NOT insert the media until you have completed ya assembly... then tell it to "Burn" it will then ask for the media.. at this point insert ya CD... it should be "Detected" and ya Burn should proceed.I have had this work for me before.
Also try Alcohol 120% thats a great Burner. As well as CopytoDVD...