wave files appear as cda files and wont play in a car stereo
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Posted 30 August 2006 - 11:23 AM
If you used Music Disc Creator then you should choose Audio Cd for the project,click on add tracks or Import from CD/DVD and the tracks will be added.If they were .mp3 or .wma files they will be converted to a .wav file to be burnt to the cd.
If you have a disc that has .cda files it should play on your car stereo.That is unless you took a cd,tried to copy the .cda files to your hard drive,then tried to make a cd from them.You'd end up with a disc with pointers but no music.
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