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#1 Romaniac


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Posted 19 January 2007 - 05:18 PM

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A license is required to play the selected song or video. However, a license for this file cannot be found, has expired or was corrupted.

To get a license for this content, please visit the web site or open the software application from which the file was originally downloaded. You may be required to log in or purchase the song or video.


I keep getting this message when trying to play my Audio Files. I've never had this before. I'm really confused here.

Another problem happens to be with my MP3 player. It will play my MP3s, But not my WMA's. How do I transfer those to MP3s?

And, Last - I need a CD burner. A free one, One that actually works. The others always seem to mess up - or not work at all.

Thanks for the help.

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#2 TMacK


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Posted 19 January 2007 - 06:28 PM

Hi Romaniac and Welcome to Bleeping Computer,

A good free CD/DVD burning utility is DeepBurner.

Check out our complete list of Freeware Replacements For Common Commercial Apps.
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#3 Andrew


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Posted 19 January 2007 - 07:36 PM

You can use Rad Video Tool's Bink and Smacker to convert WMA's to WAV and then use any old MP3 converter to convert the WAV's

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