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Windows Media Player - CDDB database location

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I have a home system that I use to rip my cds. But I am often elsewhere and do not have an internet connection for my laptop. When I use my cds in the non-internet system I do not see the cddb database on that system (because it cannot connect to the cddb database without an internet connection)
No in an experiment I unhooked the home computer and the cddb database still shows up. How can I get this information from one computer to the other? This CDDB database is obviously saved to my computer, but I do not know where it is saved. Do not worry I am not trying to build my own CDDB database (just of my own cds).

-ps- Thanks for this forum it is AWESOME. Finally a place where I can ask some of the more odds questions like this one above.
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