Burning A iTunes CD Without Folders / Flat MP3 CDWritten by Bill Holder
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This has been a frustrating experience for me, but I'd like to share my solution. It has cost me quite a few CD-Rs to figure this out. I bought a (rather cheap) MP3-CD car audio system. For my first MP3 CD, I created a playlist in iTunes and drag and dropped 700Mb worth of tunes into it. Burn and play, no problem. But subsequent MP3 iTunes-burned CDs wouldn't play in my car.
The difference: first few were 'flat;' all 160 songs were on first level of CD. All CDs after those first used folders to divide artists, and in those folders used new folders to divide albums, etc. My car audio MP3 player got confused. For life of me, I couldn't figure out how to burn 'flat' MP3 CDs in iTunes. I used Toast to burn selected iTunes songs, but they all ended up in alphabetical order, so that was no use.
Find out the Passion of Other ATV AdvocatesWritten by Mitch Johnson
For many advocates of all terrain vehicles, or ATVs, relatively new machines are not just for off road riding or utility tasks around farm, they are a passion. The popularity of ATVs continues to grow as more and more people find a use for them in their lives, whether it is for sport racing, hunting utility or farm vehicles. Some are so passionate they base entire businesses on use of ATVs.
Off road trails are mapped out for guided rides through rough terrain. Others run their farms and ranches by using ATVs for numerous hauling, pulling, and tough riding tasks. A few others dedicate themselves to off road racing with ATVs. Within all these groups of ATV users there are satisfied customers who truly believe in their ATV product.
To prove so many people support many utility and recreational uses of ATVs, clubs have been put together all over world. The ATV clubs are established to be a source of information for a particular type of ATVing in a specific area. The groups of ATV riders also come together for miscellaneous activities pertaining to their interests in ATVs.
Some clubs are solely for hunters who use ATVs, and others are for ATV racers only. Rancher and farmers who use ATVs for their tough work around land also have clubs or groups established some places. The ATVs clubs are so diverse they even include a few family oriented ATV riding groups.
The wide range of established ATV users spreads across entire United States as well as all other parts of world from Arizona to Ontario, Canada and Caribbean Islands. You can find information about renting, buying or selling ATVs from any of related clubs in your area. In most areas where ATVs are commonly used, you will also find off road trails set up.