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3rd party Music Read-Only protection

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Just wondering if someone could suggest any software that would play Karaoke and mp3 tracks without letting the user copy them over to their machine. Need to lend over 300 gigs of music files to a bar, to play them, but do not want them to be able to copy the collection, is there anything that will allow me to do this?

Running on Win XP.
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are you just providing the music or are you providing any hardware? If you provide the computer that it resides on, the I would set them to read only (in the os) and lock the system down. Otherwise there isn't much that I know of at this time.

Make sure you have a backup of your collection. Hate for you to loose that much music.
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