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#1 RedneckxxxDream

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Posted 16 March 2005 - 06:54 PM

I have been trying to figure out how to burn a cd for the past two days now and I am now to the point where I am getting ready to rip my hair out because I am so aggravated. I have HP CD Writer Plus and when I click on that the welcome screen asks me what kind of cd I want to make and I click on audio and then a box comes up and tells me to click the files and add them to the list to burn so I click on my documenst and then click on Music which is where they are stored. And when I click on music none of my files are in there, but when I just click on my documenst that is on my desktop and go to music they are in there, but they're not in there when I'm doing in through HP CD Writer Plus. But then I just go to the regular menu in the HP CD Writer Plus I click on audio cd and my music files are there, but then I try to drag it to my burn list and it says I can't do that because I need to use a WAV file.............. WHATEVER THAT IS!!! I always burn data cds with my HP CD Writer Plus because I put my digital pictures on cds but for some reason I can't do audio unless I have a WAV file which I don't I only have MP3's. But then I tried to do it through wiindows media player and I'll have my list already and I'll click copy cd.............. but OH NO............. IT CAN'T CREATE EASY CD ENGINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHATEVER THAT MEANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And I have burned cds a while back with both the mess but now I can't. So if you think you can help me please do.
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#2 RedneckxxxDream

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Posted 16 March 2005 - 07:03 PM

oh yeah and to sum it up if you can't help me out please atleast tell me how to turn a file into a wav file

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Posted 17 March 2005 - 01:31 AM

I'm not familiar with CD Writer Plus, but you can use Audacity, to convert .mp3 to .wav

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.wav - The format for storing sound in files developed jointly by Microsoft and IBM. Support for WAV files was built into Windows 95 making it the de facto standard for sound on PCs. WAV sound files end with a .wav extension and can be played by nearly all Windows applications that support sound.

Edited by tg1911, 17 March 2005 - 01:32 AM.

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