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No Disc Error Message With Mp3 Cd's


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I have made five MP3 CD's using Roxio, following the directions to the letter. None will play in a "Classic" brand CD/MP3 player or a "Coby" brand CD/MP3 player. The Coby gives me an "Invalid Disc" message and the Classic gives me a "No CD" message. Both players will play "regular" CD's fine. NOTE: All the MP3 CD's I made will auto-play on Windows Media Player, if that means anything.

 

Any help or suggestions will be appreciated. I would really like to be able to make playable MP3 CD's.

 

Thanks, Mac

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I have made five MP3 CD's using Roxio, following the directions to the letter. None will play in a "Classic" brand CD/MP3 player or a "Coby" brand CD/MP3 player. The Coby gives me an "Invalid Disc" message and the Classic gives me a "No CD" message. Both players will play "regular" CD's fine. NOTE: All the MP3 CD's I made will auto-play on Windows Media Player, if that means anything.

 

Any help or suggestions will be appreciated. I would really like to be able to make playable MP3 CD's.

 

Thanks, Mac

 

What application did you use to make the MP3 Disc?

 

What type of CD Disc CD/R or CD/RW?

 

Are you sure the "Classic" and the "Coby" play MP3 Disc's?

 

From Creator 2011 Home Page. Tools, Get Disc Information, Post a screen cap/image of the Get Disc Information with a disc in a drive that won't play.

 

Instructions>> http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/74120-posting-a-picturescreen-cap-on-roxio/

 

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