I know this sounds stupid and many will ask the question as to why one would want to do this, but a friend of mine bought about 70 DVD's at a cheap computer store thinking they were CD's and gave them to me to burn a few of my CD's from my collection. I am not going out to by a pack of CD's for him and besides that, half of these DVD's look as if they have been undully exposed to light, where about half of the outer disc has a dark rusty brown colour in a cresent moon shape being about four millimeters at its widest point. I don't care if I only use up a CD's worth of data, just so that it can be played on a CD player. Can this be done?
<font color=red> If Music be the Food of Souls,</font color=red>
<i><font color=purple> Then Play On............ </b></i>
No, the tracks are narrower on a DVD, a CD player can't read them, you cannot cut new tracks.
<font color=blue>Only a place as big as the internet could be home to a hero as big as Crashman!</font color=blue>
<font color=red>Only a place as big as the internet could be home to an ego as large as Crashman's!</font color=red>
But they could probally be played on his DVD player.
<pre><font color=red>°¤o,¸¸¸,o¤°`°¤o \\// o¤°`°¤o,¸¸¸,o¤°
And the sign says "You got to have a membership card to get inside" Huh
So I got me a pen and paper And I made up my own little sign</pre><p></font color=red>