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I just recently purchased a copy of Roxio Creator 2011. I Buy my CDs i like and put the songs from them i like into a music project. Burn that project to hard-drive then burn it to a cd. I did this and the computer plays it fine, but my car stereo will not. I checked the files and they are .cda file extions. it did a real nice job and was very easy to use. I just want it to play in my stereo (car). I have a Pioneer 3000 -HB or something like that. It says right on the front of it WMAs, MP3s, AACs. It is fairly new; I don't understand why it won't play... help

 

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Hello,

 

CD-Audio tracks aren't really files, but Windows shows them as small .CDA files just so it can show you what's on the disc.

 

If Windows is showing you the little .CDA placemarkers then it looks as if you've burned an audio disc properly.

 

Your car player should play this audio disc - they're the main source of music, and WMAs, MP3s, and AACs are extra formats the player can handle. I can't think of any reason the player shouldn't play your CD, either.

 

Can you run Creator 2011, go to Tools > Get Disc Information and run it against your CD. What does it say about the inserted disc?

It should look something like this.

 

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I just recently purchased a copy of Roxio Creator 2011. I Buy my CDs i like and put the songs from them i like into a music project. Burn that project to hard-drive then burn it to a cd. I did this and the computer plays it fine, but my car stereo will not. I checked the files and they are .cda file extions. it did a real nice job and was very easy to use. I just want it to play in my stereo (car). I have a Pioneer 3000 -HB or something like that. It says right on the front of it WMAs, MP3s, AACs. It is fairly new; I don't understand why it won't play... help

 

Seabo

 

Can you play them on a CD player in your house, or in your neighbors/co-workers car.

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