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Solved: please how did all my music change to wma?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by cvb, Oct 6, 2008.

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  1. cvb

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    I did something I know not what . How do i get it all back to wav?
     

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  2. muppy03

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    Have you recently installed or updated window media player? If so it has probably made itself the default player hence the change. You can go into your usual player eg: maybe itunes and change that back to the default player.
     
  3. DoubleHelix

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    Did you really store all your music as WAV files? That would make your library HUGE.
     
  4. cvb

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    Many thanks Muppy that was the answer. I went back to MP 10 gaday
     
  5. cvb

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    Double Helix I don't know any other way.
     
  6. DoubleHelix

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    You rip the CDs to WMA or MP3 format.
     
  7. cvb

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    Thanks D H.
     
  8. muppy03

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    I don't think your music changed formats as such, just the default program for playing them :)

    Agreed with DoubleHelix though, don't ever rip CDs as WAV format.
     
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