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Music Download to CD

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by MikeNolan, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. MikeNolan

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    Just got round to downloading some music files off the Internet. They've been saved as a WMA files. How do I get these onto a regular music CD that I can play on a normal Hi Fi CD player? Thanks
     
  2. MikeFish

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    I take it you have a CD writer & burning software?
    If so, then when you open up your software it will probably ask you what type of CD you want to burn.
    Click on the music option (not data). Then you drag your downloaded files into the burning window. When you buen the disc it will convert the WMA files into CDA files (or osmething similar that any normal CD player will be able to play).
     

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