This depends on your headunit, most factory head units in older cars will not, many aftermarket and newer car headunits will play burned cd's
You may have burned it in the wrong format which your cd-player may not be able to play. You could have also burned it on a type of disk that your cd-player is unable to read for example lets say your cd-player only plays CD-R and you are using a CD+R
There are plenty of car CD players that will do that. Look for MP3/WMV text on the corners of the CD player.
The most obvious reason is because you burned the CD incorrectly.
Depends on the model of CD player... some can only play audio CDs and burned CDs with .wav files... others will have MP3 playback.
It depends on how good your car stereo is, some just can't play anything home made.
most of the newer CD players can play burnt cds
programming can be require to play music cd on computer
If you just copy MP3 files to a CD, then this is a data CD meant to work in a computer, it will not play in a regular CD player. You need to use a special burning tool to burn it specifically as an audio CD not a data CD.
Sometimes the encoding on a CD is in different formats. It is possible that if it is burned/made on a computer that it will have different encoding that the kind used in CD players.
They can play Cd-r's , example : a Cd-r that was copied & or burned from a pc. But , They can not play CD'S / software CD's (made) for a pc. jkvssc
A CD player cannot play mp3 files. However, mp3 music can be burned onto a CD-R and played on a CD player.
i burned a CD using windows media player, but can't play it on another player
you can't play fifa 11 on your computer without or within cd
Probably because the CD wasn't burned right
CD-rom are typical, DVD roms will play also in some car cd players if the car has the capabilities (it will just play without video unless you have a dvd player).
A CD has a certain amount of memory and is blank until something is loaded or burned on it. When a program or file is burned on the CD, the CD no longer acts as a memory space but as a readable file. Every time that disc gets put in another computer, it will be read for the file that was burned on it.
You can purchase a wireless FM transmiter. the package comes with instructions easy to follow. If you have your MP3s burned to a CD built-in radio will play them
Cd-R or Cd-RW
An audio CD is the kind you buy in the store. Some store-bought albums have extra content, but you buy it because it plays the music you want to hear through your CD player of choice--in your car, in your boombox, etc. An audio CD conforms to certain specifications so that CD players from as long ago as the 1980s will be able to play them.An MP3 CD is a CD burned as data. Unless you have a CD player that specifically boasts about its ability to play MP3 CDs, an MP3 CD will not play in your car, in your boombox, etc.
You may be burning your CD`s in the wrong format....
you burn the cd with a match and put it with your computer there it is burned
That's the definition of a CD-ROM, a CD burned with computer data, as opposed to blank CDs such as CD-R or CD-RW.