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Windows Media Player 10 - MP3 Encoding

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I have used WMP 10 to rip tracks from CDs and encode them as MP3s and transfer them to a potrable MP3 player. I downloaded and installed WMP 10 to my girlfriend's computer (WMP 9 was there before I did this) so we would be using the same program.
When I try to rip tracks from CDs on her computer I get a message saying I need to get an MP3 encoder. I don't remember ever getting an encoder for my machine. I thought that was part of WMP 10.

Is there a way to find out what encoder is being used with WMP 10? Then maybe I can get the same encoder for her machine so we match.

Thanks, Eric
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