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Old 04-08-2006, 09:46 AM
Ross H Ross H is offline
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Default OT How do you convert .WMA songs to I Tunes?

I downloaded a CD full of songs from msn music which are .WMA files. I put them on a media stick to transfer from my laptop to my PT Rig that has I tunes on it. When I tried to convert them into I Tunes it said they are copy protected and can't import.

Does anyone have a work around that can get these .WMA files into I Tunes?

Ross
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