Playing my own personal CDs (designated WMAs)
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I think you'll get more exposure to this topic if it gets moved to the technical forums. I'll let someone know so they'll move this thread.
On topic: Try FreeRip - it can save your CDs to the computer in MP3, WMA, or whatever format you'd like
Posted 20 October 2007 - 06:07 PM
starjax.......No...I can rip, and burn......I've done it many times....but this one has me stumped....No sound on the copy I made of my OWN music......lol
Posted 20 October 2007 - 08:31 PM
(Optional) To select a different format (for example, MP3 instead of WMA) or bit rate (for example, 192 Kbps instead of 128 Kbps) for the files that are created during ripping, click the arrow below the Rip tab, and then make your selections from the Format and Bit Rate menus.
Copy protect music. Select this option if you want ripped files to be protected with media usage rights. For more information about copy protection, see Rip music: frequently asked questions.
I would go under your options for ripping music and make sure that "copy protect" is not checked/disabled.
Posted 20 October 2007 - 09:30 PM
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