I've got some music files in .mp3 format which I'd like to be able to copy \nonto a CD which would be playable in a regular CD player. I'm using Windows \nXP Professional and Windows Media Player 9.0.\n\nFollowing the instructions on Windows Media Player, which promise to convert \nthe .mp3 to .cda format when choosing "Create an Audio CD" option, I still \nend up with mp3 files, even though during the copying process the Media \nPlayer indicated that it was "Converting" (although it didn't say \n"converting" from what to what).\n\nAt first I thought it was because I'd used a regular so-called "Data CD", so \nI bought some blank CD's which called themselves "Music CD's" and were \nspecifically labeled "Digital Audio". Unfortunately, I had the same result.\n\nWhat am I doing wrong? I appreciate any suggestions. Thanks.