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my friend recently gave me his cd's and i wanted to add the songs onto my computer

i entered the disc in and went to windows media player and hit copy music from cd and it did 1 cd and when i went to play it the song waz playing really fast and rushing through, i think this is because my cd drive reads it fast or something so is there something i can do to change that or is there another way to copy over the songs

the only reason i want to copy this to my computer is becuase i dont want to burn the 36 cd's he gave me!!! (plus its handier)
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Hey silverslik1 and welcome to Geeks To Go!
You will need to convert them from CDA format to MP3 format. Because if they are from a Audio CD (which i assume ther are from) they will be in a CDA format. Most mp3 players can do this mine can. (my mp3 player is musicmatch jukebox and it came with my PC so i dont know if it is freeware.
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no its not free <_<
and none of the programs online work eitehr, they still come out fast in the mp3 format

is there anything im doin wrong or anything else i can do?
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what program are you using/ Many times when converting a file to a different format it will play fast. For example, when i use Winamp to convert mp3 to wav, during the conversion the song is played fast. But when i am not converting the song plays fine in both formats.

try winamp-> http://www.winamp.com

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it wont let me do it to mp3 format unless i purchase something
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Do you have a buner? Because Nero has a program that allows you to do that. I think Nero is free too.
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ill try that, thank you

this is an edited message and i just wanted to say: THANK YOU!!, it worked very well <_<

Edited by silverslik1, 06 July 2004 - 06:39 AM.

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dangit!!!

i thought it would work fine, and i tried the mp3 by nero and it worked, but it had a limit of how much u can do, so i went to where i keep all my software and i had the program so i put it on, and that had a limit also and its the full program, and i dont want to buy anything so i put it all in .aif format but each song takes up 32 mb! when there only suppose to take up like 3 or 4!! help!! <_<
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