[78-L] MP3 DVDs

Mark L. Bardenwerper, Sr. citroenid19 at sbcglobal.net
Sun May 31 14:45:15 PDT 2009

Steven C. Barr wrote:
> Also, CD's and/or DVD's containing MP3 sound files DO NOT start playing
> immediately after being put in the appropriate drive in your computer! It is
> necessary to start the "player" program and tell IT to play the MP3 files on
> the disc!
In Windows, you click on the file you wish to play and a box will pop up 
and ask you what you want it to do with the file. You then select your 
player, such as Windows Media player, and check the box that says, "Do 
this every time". From there on in, the player will just start up and 
play the selected file. To use DVD's, you must have a DVD compatible 
reader or burner. Most newer computers have them.

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