can,t play cd's on my old rack system and on my brand new car.help



cj
07-09-2005, 09:52 PM

NoNoBadDog!
07-09-2005, 09:52 PM
But a cassette deck.

Since you give no useful information, you'll get no useful answer.

Bobby

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Phillips
07-09-2005, 09:53 PM
Your car/rack players do not play wma, wav or mp3 audio file formats - the
only ones available when burning with WMP.
You might get around by copying straight from audio CDs to writable CDs -
i.e., rip/burn in cda audio file format. You cannot save in .cda format.
Look for wma, wav, mp3 to cda converters (software) on the web.
Otherwise, buy newer players that can open the wma etc files.
Michael
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cj
07-09-2005, 09:53 PM
thank you very much for your advice and effort for replaying to my post.i
will follow your directions and hopefully i'll get the desired results.thanks
again and i will let you know soon what happend.take care!!!

"Phillips" wrote:

> Your car/rack players do not play wma, wav or mp3 audio file formats - the
> only ones available when burning with WMP.
> You might get around by copying straight from audio CDs to writable CDs -
> i.e., rip/burn in cda audio file format. You cannot save in .cda format.
> Look for wma, wav, mp3 to cda converters (software) on the web.
> Otherwise, buy newer players that can open the wma etc files.
> Michael
> "cj" <cj@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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>
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cj
07-09-2005, 09:53 PM
thank you for your advice.it was a huge help.i found a cdburner/converter and
now i can enjoy my cd's in my car.the bad thing is that my rack system still
doesn't play them but i can live with that,by the way it's ASHAMPOO MP3 AUDIO
CENTER that saved me and yor advice.thanx again and god bless!!!!

"cj" wrote:

> thank you very much for your advice and effort for replaying to my post.i
> will follow your directions and hopefully i'll get the desired results.thanks
> again and i will let you know soon what happend.take care!!!
>
> "Phillips" wrote:
>
> > Your car/rack players do not play wma, wav or mp3 audio file formats - the
> > only ones available when burning with WMP.
> > You might get around by copying straight from audio CDs to writable CDs -
> > i.e., rip/burn in cda audio file format. You cannot save in .cda format.
> > Look for wma, wav, mp3 to cda converters (software) on the web.
> > Otherwise, buy newer players that can open the wma etc files.
> > Michael
> > "cj" <cj@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > news:A66F0753-FC8C-4D05-B193-8AB4711B8A1D@microsoft.com...
> > >
> >
> >
> >


can,t play cd's on my old rack system and on my brand new car.help