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Old 01-23-2007, 01:08 PM   #1
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Hi, sorry if this question is wrong area but I really am a total beginner. Please feel free to point me in the right direction!
Basically, I bought and downloaded some music (WMA files from Tescos site) and thought it would be a simple task to burn them to audio CD. Windows media would not burn saying the file was protected. So what type of files can I burn then? Can I transfer these files onto an MP3 or IPOD if I purchased one or are they now doomed to remain preserved for all eternity on my computer?
Everyone said downloading and burning was simple, but I don't understand which probably makes me a bit of a twit , but if someone would help explain, I'd appreciate the feedback. Thank you Ruby
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If you paid for the license to the songs, than it is completely within your rights to burn them to a CD. There are ways to remove the DRM scheme from WMA files. One of the programs that will do this is FairUse4WM.

WMA files are not playable on the iPod.
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if you have an Audigy sound card, u can use smart recorder... and rerecord all your songs into MP3 format... it'd take a while.. but it works
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