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How to repair car cd player


that is not the player... to solve this problem, you need to re-install firmware, what you described it suggest that your firmware is corrupted.

as you did not supply manufacturer, model and version - and for some reason telepathy did not work today on me very well... go to the manufacturers site and read and create firmware update/restore disk/usb whatever manufacturer will recommend, do procedure as per instruction and you should solve your problem.

again - for future reference, always describe the problem (this bit you done perfectly), then manufacturer, operating system if required, model, version - all that data help to solve the problem.

hope this short info will help you

Jan 22, 2015 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Making a data CD for your car and house using WINDOWS


Making a data disk is easy, and it stores many more songs than a traditional mastered CD yet it can be done on almost any blank CD it doesnt need to be any special kind.

Step 1: Get your blank CD. (They usually are about 700MB of space or 180mins)

Step 2: Insert CD into disk drive

Step 3: A screen will pop up, asking how you want to use the CD...

Step 4: Choose "Use Windows to create my cd"

Step 5: A folder will come up which you can drag your songs into

Step 6: Drag all your songs until its full (usually like 90 songs)

Step 7: Choose creat disk... and your done :)

NOTE: This type of CD will ONLY work in NEWER model cars that play MP3s or WMA. But it will work on all computers... and many new cars too.

on May 14, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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I'm trying to burn some songs in Windows Media Player, it's around 300 MBs of songs going to a 700 MB CD-R. Windows says I can only burn around 15-17 of the songs on one disc.I have no idea why it does...


Hey!

Windows Media Player would only allow you 15-17 songs because the type of disc that it will create would be a music CD.

If you want to put in a lot of songs on a CD, it should be a data CD not a music CD.

I suggest you use a burning software that will allow you to make a data CD.

Here's a link that will show you free burning softwares. Click here to get there.

Hope this helps! :D

Sep 09, 2010 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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Can't boot up laptop. log on need administatrer pass word. can i get pass this.


You can download a bootable CD image from this site, http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/, what you will do once you create the CD is put it in the CD drive and boot your computer, assuming that your BIOS is set to boot from CD if not you will need to do this. Then just follow the prompts on the screen to reset or remove the Administrator password. This is one tool that I keep in my toolbox otherwise the only option is to reinstall Windows. The web site has good instructions on the application, I have been using it for years, great tool.

Dec 31, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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Game stuck on same passed song


It's most likely tht you have a bad disc, if it's repeating itself...

Sorry!

Feb 15, 2009 | Konami Dance Dance Revolution Hottest...

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Barbie mp3 player


This works with Barbie MP3 player model BAR901:
If the songs are iTunes Store format (copy protected AAC) you can burn them to a CD (preferably a CD-RW, which you can reuse over and over) which in effect converts then songs to AIFF format with no copy protection, then import them as MP3s back into iTunes (Advanced > Create MP3 Version). (Note: Be sure iTunes > Preferences > General > Import Settings... > MP3 encoder is selected, or you will get Create AAC Version in the menu). Make sure View > View Options... > Kind is selected so you can sort the songs by the kind info column (that is, MP3 not AAC). Then drag your new MP3s out of the window into the main level folder of the Barbie MP3 player. Erase the MP3s from iTunes if you don't need them, since you already have AAC versions. Phew, not easy.
If you have a physical CD rather than iTunes store purchase, it's way easier; just import the tunes as MP3 (Advanced > Create MP3 Version, see above) and drag them into the Barbie player's root folder. The songs play then on the MP3 player. ;-)

Jan 11, 2009 | Mattel Barbie Girls MP3 Player

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Burning a CD


The best way to do it would be to record or rip the record into a media player program.  Create a playlist using the songs then burn the songs to cd.

Oct 23, 2008 | Numark ttUSB Turntable

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Mp3 saying can not create file


ok I figured it out. When u drag the songs or files to the mp3 player initially, they all go into the folder ROOT. What you need to do is delete a song or two and create a new folder. To do this, connect mp3 player to the computer, open the e:/ so that you can see the songs or files that you have put on there. Then click 0n file, go down to new and then click on folder. This will show a new one on the info of mp3 player. Then drag anything you have on the player to the new file. You can then add more songs, ect. Just keep transferring them to the new folder as you download. It fixed my problem because at first it would not let me have more than about 100 songs, now I have about 450. Hope this helps!!!

Mar 22, 2008 | Innovage Personal CD Player

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My mp3 player won't let me put any song onto it


format the plaer again and use it..
format it from your system.. do a normal format.. not a quick format..

Jan 19, 2008 | Innovage Personal CD Player

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