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Burn DVD/CD on laptop, pictures are in order, take to my DVD movie player then all mixed up.

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I have a CD with 256 picture files in a folder.   The files are in order.  
I play the CD in my CD/DVD player hooked up to my TV and they are not in order.
I uploaded this CD to a laptop and they show in order.
I went to burn to a DVD and they are not in order.
Any ideas or suggestions?

I just want to run a in-order slide show on my tv using my dvd player.
Thanks
Paul

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What make and model is your DVD player?  It could be your player has some sort of shuffle feature to the picture show.
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