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Are you sure that the undisclosed â€œdownload Music to burn Audio CD’sâ€ that you download was in the CD Audio Track (CDA) audio format and not in the MPEG-1 Audio Layer (MP3) digital audio format?
The CD Audio Track (CDA) audio format is the â€œStandardâ€ Audio that you purchase on an Audio CD in a store and will play in a Computer, Home CD Player, or a Car CD Player.
If what you downloaded were in the MP3 audio format, MP3 audio would play on a Computer but NOT in most stand alone Home CD Players or a Car CD Players.
From the very limited information that you have provided it appears that the â€œMusicâ€ you downloaded was in the MP3 audio format.
The below Web Link provides information on the various Audio formats ->
Suggest using a â€œRealâ€ Computer Burning program instead of relaying on the buggy Windows Media. Below are download links to some free Burning software programs ->
Burn4Free - http://www.burn4free.com/
Burnatonce - http://www.burnatonce.net/downloads/
CDBurnerXP - http://www.cdburnerxp.se/
CDRDAO - http://cdrdao.sourceforge.net/
Deepburner - http://www.deepburner.com/
Yes, the Music downloads were in the MP3 Format, I have the Burn4Free software, will the Burn4Free software allow me to burn in the CDA format/