Hi, I just joined the forums. Thanks for having me. I'm having some trouble burning CDs with WinXP. I recently discovered that my car plays WMA and I was thrilled so I want to consolidate my albums by burning several to a single disc. So, first I rip them using Windows Media Player (WMP). Then I go into the folder and click "write these files to an audio CD." I can go into each album's folder and click that and it will keep adding them onto each other until I'm ready to burn. The problem is, once I click burn, WMP converts them to .cda format and they will not all fit on one disc. You can see this defeats the whole purpose of why I am doing this. So the next thing I do is go into each folder, highlight the tracks, right-click, and click Send To--->CD Drive Then I go to the CD drive, "Write these files to CD" and select Data CD. This works, except for one catch: no matter what order I arrange the songs in, it rearranges them before writing so that they are like: Album 1, track 1 Album 2, track 1 Album 3, track 1 Album 1, track 2 Album 2, track 2 Album 3, track 2 etc., etc. The only way I can figure around this is to rename each track so that they start with consecutive numbers; 1, 2, 3, 4, . . . This is very annoying and time-consuming when you are trying to burn 200 tracks. A friend suggested iTunes so I tried it out but I did not like it at all. Every time I tried to add my WMA files it added a bunch of weird songs that aren't even on my hard drive. I couldn't stand that software at all. Thanks in advance for all your help!