I think it’s formatted as CDFS file - I right clicked the disk in my computer and went to properties.
It says it’s an audio CD
with a File system - CDFS
Do you think CDFS is the format - or should I be looking somewhere else. When I opened the explorer - I just got a list of the tracks labeled " CD audio track "
No, CDFS is not the format. As the Proerties indicated, it is the File System, like NTFS, FAT, or FAT32.
Right-click on the drive containing the CD, but instead select Open or Explore as I previously suggested. This will open up and show the tracks as files like any other folder or directory. Now, what is the 3 letter extension of the filename (example: Track01.cda)? This is the format.
If they are indeed .cda format, they should be able to be ripped and converted to .mp3 w/o problems unless whoever created it in the first place changed the attributes soemhow preventing copying the disc by anybody else.
If they are not .cda, let us know what it is, so maybe we can help. It may just be a case of a different ripping program being needed. WMP can be persnickety at times.
But like I said, there’s nothing wrong with .wma or .wav either. They’ll play fine on your Fuze.