1. #1
    hajoblue is offline New Member
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    Oct 2016
    The Netherlands

    Default Windows Mediaplayer will not rip CD's after upgrade to W10

    I tried to uninstall ( removing the 'V' att the Media) and re-install ( adding the 'V' again.
    Even removed my other player VLC.
    I know in W10 no longer the Windows Media Centre exists, but the player should work flawless.

    Message on screen: cannot find the file, it may be changed or removed, etc..

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    Arun Kumar's Avatar
    Arun Kumar is offline MVP Alumni
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    Aug 2012


    Do you get the message while ripping CD? Some CDs are protected so WMP won't rip them but it should work fine otherwise. Try setting up another location under Options -> Rip tab manually. Rip option is best for .cda files that need to be converted to WMA or MP3. For other file types, you can simply copy paste from CD to hard drive or pen drive.

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