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Please note, IBS has no available MP 3 files for the Long Range discipline

 

Below is a step by step procedure of how to make a regular CD of these files. Hopefully it will prove useful to some users.

I think I have been successful in downloading the audio files (MP3 format) from the IBS Website and then moving the files to a CD disc. I have used the Windows Media Player in Windows XP and Windows 7. It is my understanding that in Windows 8, the Windows Media Player is an extra purchase.

All of the CD’s that I have made will play in both of my autos and an old CD player that was purchased in 2001. I checked the length of each file and the time is correct. I plan to bring these CD's to Fairfax next week.

When you purchase disc, purchase only CD-R or CD-RW. These disc are the only ones that will play on the regular CD players.

Here is the procedure I used:

Windows 7

1. Copy the files from the IBS Website and save to your Desk Top.

2. Click on “Start” on the bottom left-hand corner of your screen.

3. Locate and click on “Windows Media Player” not “Windows Media Center”.

4. When the “Windows Media Player” screen is displayed, click on “Burn”

5. On the extreme upper right side of your computer screen under the “Sync” line, you will see a BOX with a “Check Mark Symbol“. Click on this box and a Drop-Down menu will appear.

6. THIS IS IMPORTANT- click on “Audio CD” and “Eject Disc…”.

7. Go to your “Disk Top, click on the file you want to burn to the CD and drag it to the right-hand box in “Windows Media Player” labeled “Drag items here to create a burn list”.

8. Insert CD into your Disc Drive Player.

9. At the bottom of the “Drag items….” box is a “Start Burn” box. Click this box.

10. You can watch the progress of the burn near the bottom of your screen.

11. Burn only one file to each CD since it is difficult to change to another file on some CD players.

 

Windows XP

1. Copy the files from the IBS Website and save to your Desk Top.

2. Click on “Start” on the bottom left-hand corner of your screen.

3. Locate and click on “Windows Media Player” not “Windows Media Center”.

4. When the “Windows Media Player” screen is displayed, click on “Burn”

5. Under the “Burn” word is a tiny down symbol. Click on this symbol and a Drop-Down menu will appear.

6. THIS IS IMPORTANT- click on “Audio CD” and “Eject Disc…”.

7. Go to your “Disk Top, click on the file you want to burn to the CD and drag it to the right-hand box in “Windows Media Player” labeled “Drag items here to create a burn list”.

8. Insert CD into your Disc Drive Player.

9. At the bottom of the “Drag items….” box is a “Start Burn” box. Click this box.

10. You can watch the progress of the burn near the bottom of your screen.

11. Burn only one file to each CD since it is difficult to change to another file on some CD players.