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this is probably the wrong place to ask but does anyone know if it is possible to convert a european format CD into US format CD or at least be able to rip the european version and then burn it onto an empty CD that will play a CD player
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what kind of cd is this? i have bought computer games and audio CDs in England and i have no problem running them on any of my US equipment. If it is a DVD, you maybe SOL--as you need a tv capaable of playing PAL, and play region 2 discs. Please elaborate further so I can try to pinpoint the problem you are experiencing.
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what kind of cd is this?  i have bought computer games and audio CDs in England and i have no problem running them on any of my US equipment.  If it is a DVD, you maybe SOL--as you need a tv capaable of playing PAL, and play region 2 discs.  Please elaborate further so I can try to pinpoint the problem you are experiencing.

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well i'm going to scotland and my mom want this cd that isn't in the us And I was just wondering if there is any way way to play it in a standard cd player
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like a music cd? there shouldnt be any difference. i bought music cds in england and i have no problems playing them here. so there should be no problem the other way around
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like a music cd?  there shouldnt be any difference.  i bought music cds in england and i have no problems playing them here.  so there should be no problem the other way around

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thanks:D I waws just wondering
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