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Windows Media Player problem

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by youngcharles, Jan 21, 2011.

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  1. youngcharles

    youngcharles Thread Starter

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    I am using a Cube 2.6h computer with 4G of ram running XP SP3. My problem is with Windows media player 10. In the past I have ripped my CD collection to my computer using Windows media player 10 in Windows media audio format to My Music folder. I now want to use Windows media player 10 to re-rip my CD collection to my computer but this time to a different folder and in MP3 format. I have managed to change the destination and the format. My problem is that when I insert and close a CD that has been previously ripped using Windows media player 10 it gets ejected as it has already been ripped. How do I stop Windows media player 10 from doing this and just get on and rip as if the CD was one that had not been previously ripped?
     
  2. stantley

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    Try deleting the WMA songs from the WMP library, making sure that the option "Delete files from computer when deleted from library" is NOT checked, which is the default.
     
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