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Ripping Music from a CD

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Hi , how do i rip a music cd using either Windows Media player 9 or Nero 7 Premium ( I payed for ) anyone know ?
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Open Media player, click rip, as in rip off :tazz:

Open Nero 7 click the musical note, click convert CD tracks to audio files
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I really like using the Creative playcenter program on the drivers cd that comes with their sound cards. Its so easy to rip the files to mp3's. I use the artist's name, track number, and the name of the song as the file name. I can then use nero to burn a audio cd with all the songs in the right order. It's great since i can store the original CD and not have it get damaged. If the copied cd gets damaged i just burn another one. I also use an external HD to store my whole music collection( about 40 gig's worth now). I also like putting my favorite songs on one cd so i get a whole cd worth listening to. I'm just sorry that some of my newest cd's i have bought will not let me copy them. So now i wont play those cd's in my truck for fear of damaging them. Although my wife likes Windows media player, i do not and will not use it.

I dont use those P to P programs to share my music collection. Why should i when i have a great deal of money tied up in them. Some of the downloaded songs i have heard on friends computers are so bad i wouldnt want them from a P to P.

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