Best way to load music onto USB stick to play in car?

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Mike , Dec 20, I just copy files to the stick from a hard drive together with the artist and albums folders. All my cars present and past had no problem to handle it. GreenDrazi , Dec 20, I don't have the same car, but did some of my own testing as far as the best compatibility with a USB flash drive. Some suggestions, with that in mind: Perhaps format it on the Windows machine first, as that might help matters.

Probably easier for you just because of of Mac support. But also in case the giftee wants to move the files off to an iPod or some other device later. Gaslight , Dec 20, I guess I should have stated that these music files are all original? The music in question is mine and is for a family member who has been bugging me to do this for a while. Since they are young and don't use cds, I was trying to deliver said music in a "file container" that they can play in their car or on their phone.

I have about 30 gigs of uncompressed original music that they want. If you want the tracks to play in a particular order, put the track number with a leading zero at the beginning of the file name, and put a leading zero in the numbers in the Track tag.

Car players are notoriously dumb when it comes to playback order. Simply launch the Terminal application. Gaslight and T'mershi Duween like this. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Let us know in the comments! Your email address will not be published. What baffles me is why no one offers these in ready-to-write to USB stick form, instead requiring the use of extra utilities to setup the USB stick.

Article was included in a MUO email I received January 30, and turns out to be yet another old MUO article misrepresented as new from the dates on the comments, originally written in , yet the author's tagline claims January 24, How are we to know everything presented is still applicable? Are the links still good?

A lot can change in 8 years, especially in technology. MUO, at the very least, have enough respect for your readers to indicate if article is a re-run in the title eg: Hi Lou, I apologize for the misrepresentation.

We've been updating old content by mostly or completely rewriting them. We also eliminate old links and replace them with functional ones. The content should be entirely new. We're supposed to include an "updated" date at the beginning of the article. I'm not sure what happened here, but I'll ask that it be corrected. Thanks for this - I really like making my PC boot up with the USB and have been looking for a tutorial like this for a long time.

Look for a function key, like F10, F11, or F12, that will pop up a "boot menu" to choose a one-time bootup, or enter the BIOS and move the hard disk down the list of boot devices to enable boot from a USB device. I love that you can put it on a thumb drive but unfortunately I have a lot of friends and family members with older computers that may be a little tough to get booting from a USB drive, the bootable CD is a great universal tool and although having it on a thumb drive may be handy having it on a CD is absolutely crucial.

This is pretty old news but not bad. But you can have some fun stealing passwords with this and wreaking havoc. Actually, over the last decade or so, more and more PCs especially those without floppy drives or optical drives are capable of booting from USB devices. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime.

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