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Not really a Ranger or even automobile question, your issue has to do with CD readers and formats they can "read".
MP3 is a format, it is a method of compressing data to a smaller size so more data can be stored in a limited space.
The "reader" needs to be able to recognized that format for the entire disc or stick.
Your reader sounds like it can read MP3 format but only "sees" the first file, it doesn't know there are other files on the disc, it needs to be told that.
Google: burning audio CDs that play in all readers
When you burn the CD make sure you select Audio, not Data format, it should automatically include a index file that tells the reader how many "songs" are on the disc, on some Burner software you have to close the "contents" window before burning the disc, this tells the software to make an index file of what you are burning to the disc
So there are a few variables
Last edited by RonD; 10-15-2016 at 11:48 AM.