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Has anyone figured out how to play this CD that was in the same pocket as the abbreviated owners manual on their home DVD player.?

I am new to this form because I recently purchased this CRV since I was tired of waiting for the HYBRID model that is sold all over the world except the USA.

I am used to a decent owner manual that I used in my 2004 CRV and anxious to access this CD. Please help.

MISSOURI MINER-66

PS....The reason that I did this purchase beside the disappointment of the HYBRID not arriving as promised, is that I was seriously looking at purchasing a Kia Niro but after reading the reviews, they changed my mind. I am not completely happy with Honda since I had a used 1996 Accord with 91,000 miles on it and the transmission started acting up and I went back to Honda since they announced that they would fix these transmissions up to 90,000 miles and when they saw that I had 91,000 miles, they would not work with me on a fix. Not even pro-rated. So you can see why I have a bad taste in my mouth with Honda. One more try and that is it and back to Toyota. I traded my Prius in on this Honda CRV.
 

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A DVD player would expect movie data on the disc.
I would expect the Honda CD to have only data for the Owners Manual on it, or possibly a computer program that reads the data files and allows you to navigate the Owners Manual information.
Have you tried it in a computer CD player?
 

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A DVD player would expect movie data on the disc.
I would expect the Honda CD to have only data for the Owners Manual on it, or possibly a computer program that reads the data files and allows you to navigate the Owners Manual information.
Have you tried it in a computer CD player?
Not yet but that is my next approach. Thanks.
 
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