Hello everyone, wonderful site, by the way. I'm sorry to post this, as I am sure it's already been talked about somewhere, however, I get an Internal Server Error message when I try to use the forum search tool, so I'll ask it anyway. I'm the asst. tech director for a smallish school district, part of the mhs English cirriculum uses the Glencoe Literature Audio Library (16 disks). We have a user agreement with Glencoe and their full permission to make copies for the kids to take home and listen to. I had the disks copied to the hard drive of a computer with a built in cdrw (only cdr drive on it) I discovered that the glencoe files are all .cda's, and won't burn 'right' onto the rewriteables. My question is do I have to recopy the Glencoe disks, converting them to mp3 first, or can I convert the .cda files straight from the drive they are copied to? How would I go about doing either? Thank you much for your time and help.