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Hi everyone...

When I try to burn an audo cd using windows media player...it goes through the process of converting my mp3 files and then burning it onto the cd. After it finishes, 800mb of memory have been used up on my hard drive, which I'm guessing is from the converted music files. My question is where can I find these converted files that are using up the 800mb of memory and how do I delete them. Thanks for your time
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they shoud clear when you close windows media player

WMP converts mp3 files (compressed) to .wav (not compressed) files before burning, makes the burn, the should delete the files after reboot

You could look for *.wav if they are not clearning

I believe they are created in

c:\documents and settings\{profile name}\local settings\temp
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