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Help, my son thinks I'm STUPID

Discussion in 'Audio' started by bear685, May 12, 2003.

  1. bear685

    bear685 Guest

    My son just purchased a Panasonic portable CD player that claims to play mp3s and CD-RWs. I use Easy CD Creator to format the CD-RW, then copy the mp3 to it. It plays fine on the computer but i get a No CD error on the portable player ... any help appreciated.

     
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    You do not format the disc with Direct CD, but burn the disc as regular ISO disc using the Easy CD Creator software.

    Use the forum search - this has been discussed a thousand times before.
     
  3. bear685

    bear685 Guest

    Sorry, I did search, and I guess the explanations looked terribly too technical for me. When I search using "mp3 CD-RW portable" i did not get one hit that satisfied my criteria for information.

    Can you be more specific about the ISO mode recording ? Will this provide rewriteable capabilities for me ... perhaps you can point me to a direct tutorial which explains this more ...

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    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/28854

    You burn the files on the CD as a standard data disc with Easy CD Creator.

    Forget about formatting and forget about DirectCD completely. Use the CD-RW like you use a CD-R, with Easy CD Creator, not directly from Windows desktop.

    It's a re-writeable disc, so trying wouldn't hurt - you can erase & reuse the disc._X_X_X_X_X_[small]http://CD-RW.ORG - Online since 1996
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