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CD-RW File Decompression

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#1 mcdonha


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Posted 18 December 2004 - 01:09 AM

Dear Fellow Computer Users:
How do you move audio files from a CD-RW disk back into Windows Explorer on your hard drive. I get the message that Explorer was unable to read the CD-RW.

I can play music off the CD-RW just fine with Real Player or Windows Media Player on the computer. My goal is to burn some new CD-R's for my kids. I used to do this all the time but I have been using online backup and have forgotten how.

Tennessee - USA

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#2 twothpik


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Posted 19 December 2004 - 03:57 PM

Have you tried audiograbber?

It will save your tracks as mp3's.
Winamp is also very good to convert your cd tracks to another format. I am not that familiar with Wndows Media Player or real player they just seem to pushy always trying to connect to the internet.
Hope this helps a little

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