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Old 01-02-2007, 11:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have WMP11 installed, but it will not let me rip CD's. It doesn't seem to recognize the format. Am I just missing a codec or driver?
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try downloading some codecs:

http://www.free-codecs.com/K_Lite_Co...k_download.htm

download the K-lite codec pack which ever version you feel you need standard should do.
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Old 01-02-2007, 11:21 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I have WMP11 installed, but it will not let me rip CD's. It doesn't seem to recognize the format. Am I just missing a codec or driver?
You have Windows Media Player 11, and it will not let you rip CD's?

So try something else.
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I downloaded the codec pack, but it still says WMP cannot find the files, however the CD is recognized as audio by the drive.
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ok so in WMP 11 you click rip then it says insert cd then u insert and...it just says connot find files? what file format are the files? if its just a normal audio cd it should be .WAV
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I'm on the rip tab, and on the upper left it lists the media as audio CD, but doesn't detect any tracks on it. Then when I go into explorer and manually open the files, it says it cannot find the file. The file format is whatever comercially produced CDs are.
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Does the cd play when you insert it? or if you browse the cd drive does it show all the songs?
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when I insert it, it doesn't play. the default program is WMP. All the songs are shown in explorer.
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Does anyone have a solution?
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Use something else.

Windows Media Player isn't the only program for ripping CDs...
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