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You don't "have to" convert your music to MP3, but your hard drive will fill up very fast if you are saving all your music as wav files. I gather you are trying to rip music from an audio CD to your computer, but I am not sure if what I infer is correct. If three different computers are unable to rip the files it is probably the disc. Try cleaning it.
this way is working much faster than most rippers, but it makes quite a large .wav file at about 50 MB each, but can easily be turned into a smaller MP3 with a converter. anyway to make it so i dont have to convert to MP3?
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