I have a computer that is just over a year old with a re-writeable dvd drive. I have windows media player and i-tunes.
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This might sound dumb to many people, but I'm having problems burning my i-tunes podcasts(free podcasts) onto DVD+RW (and DVD+R) discs. I want to listen to them on a fairly old CD player in my car while I drive around. Simple you would think, but my car and the CD player in the house don't recognise the disc at all: NO DISC! I tried to solve it myself but got confused with all the different file types etc (live file and mastered). Is there special software that could do this for me? Or is it a matter of incompatible hardware issues? I thought it would be simple, if someone can help, that would be great.
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