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Hello,
I contacted you a week or two ago, about where I can go and burn what I downloaded from Windows Media. I want it to be legal and free. Am i kidding myself? I have created killer playlists and cant give them away or play them away from the computer. Please advise.

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hey Patricia,

do you want to play the songs on your computer or in a cd player?
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thanks for replying
on a cd in my car or at home. it's driving me crazy. I have gone through the whole Kazaa crap. Have itunes but acquisition is not working.
FOr what's it's worth, you would be an angel tonight.
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thanks, have no idea what PM means but I wont do it!
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Well im guessing the music files you have are in mp3 format. If you have an mp3 cd player than all you need to do is burn the files in mp3 format ontp a disc. However, if you do not have a mp3 player then you need to convert to a wav format and burn it as a music file, not data.
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