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Re: CD Ripping
« Reply #30 on: November 01, 2020, 12:50:00 am »
Just a thought, Melissa,

Can't you use the data stick and chromebook to burn CDs?

I'm not familiar with the chromebook so I may be completely wrong...

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Re: CD Ripping
« Reply #31 on: November 01, 2020, 09:03:56 pm »
Just a thought, Melissa,

Can't you use the data stick and chromebook to burn CDs?

I'm not familiar with the chromebook so I may be completely wrong...

No because it has no CD drive, nor can you use external CD/DVD drives on it. I forgot to look again at the netbook. My friend Dave was doing some CDs for me on his Windows computer and using media player but last time I saw him he was having trouble with it ( probably needed an update ).

I've since bought a GPO Chesterton record player that looks a bit like an old radio and the usb stick works on that so I've been using it to play the mp3s on.

You can record off devices on it  but I don't think it does mp3s to CDS- not figured that out yet. It can play vinyl records, CDs, cassettes and mp3s off a data stick.

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Re: CD Ripping
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