Honda CR-V: Loading a PC Card - Playing a PC card (EX-L model with navigation system) - Features - Honda CR-V Owner's ManualHonda CR-V: Loading a PC Card

The PC card slot is behind the

The PC card slot is behind the navigation screen. To use the PC card player, press the OPEN button beside the screen. The screen folds back, and the PC card slot appears.

Insert a PC card straight into the slot.

The drive will read the PC card and begin to play it.

Return the screen to the upright position by pressing the CLOSE button on the edge of the screen panel.

Push the AUDIO button beside the screen to show the audio display and operate the PC card player.

You can also operate the audio system without using the control icons on the audio screen. Press any of the appropriate control buttons.

The status bar appears on the bottom of the screen. On the navigation screen, you can see the audio information whenever you touch the AUDIO INFO icon on the screen.

There are three play modes: Folder, Artist, and Album. Touch the PLAY MODE icon, then choose one of the modes by touching its icon. When a mode is selected, it is highlighted in blue.

Foldermode plays tracks in the order they were added to the card.

Artistmode plays tracks in alphabetical order, by artist and song title.

Album mode plays albums (folders) in alphabetical order.

If play mode information was not included in the tracks/files when they were added to the card, it will not be displayed on the screen.

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