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I want to remove the cda extensions from my music tracks on my hard drive. I am currently using Windows Media Player, Power MP3, and CD to MP3 ripper, but each time a burn a CD the same extension appears. This extension is not read by Nero Wave Editor which I am trying to use to create a 30 second sound bite from my wifes recorded music.

How about this ... does anyone know how to make a 30 second sound bite from your hard drive?

Thanks So Much
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