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joe mama 108

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i want to know how to download all my music files to make a flolder in my harddrive or to another computer. some of my library has been saved to 'my music' automatically, but the se lists are either incomplete for a lot of cds and the entire library isn't there. a lot have been saved as unknown album (although a pictur eof the cd art appears). here especially, the setlists are incomplete. i appreciate your precise and detailed assistance. thank you. joe mama 108 :tazz:

Edited by joe mama 108, 06 May 2005 - 11:56 AM.

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the music resides in a folder call "my music" wich is found under c:\documents and settings\userid\my documents\

you can organize your music however you like. when you select your playlist or songs to play, media player will go out and us CDDB to pull artist and album info, including album art.

here is some good links explaing in more detail:



hope this helps.

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