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safiafridi

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I just purchased a new/refurbished computer with Windows 10Pro. I have a CD with all the music from my old computer on it. I put it in the player and went to Windows Media Player. I found it and started making a playlist from it. Had forgotten you have to RIP the contents...and immediately started a play list. Will call this CD CDA...I saved the play list, then took the CD out, and put a clean CD (CDB) into the player. When I looked up...the playlist disappeared and all the contents of CDA was also gone. Looking at the screen I remembered about the RIPPING...so I took out CDB, and put in another CD of music (CDC). It came up in the Media Player, and I hit Rip, and it ripped all the music into my computer. I took CDC out, and put in CDA and found it on the player, but the RIP button was not showing. What can I do? Can not figure out why when CDA is in the player, there is no way to RIP it. Any suggestions or have I confused you too much...I know I am confused. Been a long time since I had a new computer. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
 

plodr

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I don't use WMP and I don't run Windows 10 so all I can do is point you to the directions.
https://www.lifewire.com/copy-music-from-cds-windows-media-player-2740880

I use Express Rip CD Ripper software in Windows 7. I used to use Free RIP but they started bundling junk with it and malwarebytes complained.
If WMP won't work, and it might not if the music on the CD was already ripped, see if this works
https://www.nch.com.au/rip/index.html
Look for the download for the FREE version for home users.
 
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