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So myself and a friend joined a online book club so we could get the Twilight books on CD. You pay per month and get 2 credits to download books a month. You can download to as many mp3 players as you want but can only make one CD copy. Like I said we joined together splitting the cost but we both want a copy of it on cd. It says that it can only be copied once but is there any way around that? I tried to use my computer, thinking maybe it wouldn't recognize the original CD as the only allowed copy but it does not seem to be working. Hepl.


I forgot to mention that I can copy the files to my hard drive from the CD as listen to it as long as the CD is in the drive . As soon as I eject the files are gone from my windows media player. It shows them in my folder that I downloaded to but without the CD in they are useless apparently.

Edited by webberma, 17 December 2008 - 10:00 PM.

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