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Mp3 Not An Option When Burning An Audio Cd.


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I just got a new pc at work with Creator Business v10 preinstalled. I have always used Roxio to burn cds from .mp3 files for use in the car, but this version of the software doesn't seem to support .mp3s. My other pc, with Roxio v9 does. That seems like a step backward. Is there a way to get .mp3s to be accepted by v10?

 

 

Thank you for your help,

 

Mike

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Hello,

 

I just got a new pc at work with Creator Business v10 preinstalled. I have always used Roxio to burn cds from .mp3 files for use in the car, but this version of the software doesn't seem to support .mp3s. My other pc, with Roxio v9 does. That seems like a step backward. Is there a way to get .mp3s to be accepted by v10?

 

 

Thank you for your help,

 

Mike

 

I don't know anything about your version, in fact I have never heard of it. If that version is based on EMC 10 then it is at least 5 versions old and propably has some features missing and crippled. The full verion of EMC 10 of course accepts mp3s

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Hello,

 

I just got a new pc at work with Creator Business v10 preinstalled. I have always used Roxio to burn cds from .mp3 files for use in the car, but this version of the software doesn't seem to support .mp3s. My other pc, with Roxio v9 does. That seems like a step backward. Is there a way to get .mp3s to be accepted by v10?

 

 

Thank you for your help,

 

Mike

 

Get a full version of Roxio software?

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You have a OEM version....It is made by Roxio at the request of HP, and to specifications set by HP. Like most OEM versions they are cut-down/crippled versions, and HP undertake to provide all the support for it. Check with HP to see if THIER version will do what you want.

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