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  1. I saved music files as MP3 and saved playlists, saved as BurnAudio etc., or in Music as playlists, and then made new cds. Now I try to "add files" and the playlist comes as m3u. Screen says files may have been removed or deleted. However, the m3u files can be recognized by iTunes or Windows Media Player. What happened, and how do I add these music files to the Burn Audio screen in such a way that the program will recognize them? Example: below is 1 track on a demo cd playlist. But the playlist won't load -- it seems now to be in m3u, Which Roxio doesn't seem to recognize. Yet it saved the playlist as m3u, and it didn't used to. Need help on this. Thanks. Kevin O'Brien 01 Minstrel Boy 1.mp3