I need your help. I purchased music from walmart.com and I can’t play the songs. Walmart has already charged me because it shows as dounloaded but when I try to play it in windows media player, I get the following message “secure storage protection error, restore your licenses from previous backup and try again” How should I do to fix this problem?
Try to renew the licenses for the files and see if that works . . .
tried it, doesn’t work
I tried renewing the licenses and this didn’t work either.
If they’re WMAs the latest version of WMP should play them without any problems.
Unless WMP is goofed up.
Learn a Lesson…Stop Paying for MP3s over the Internet…You are just Wasteing your Cash.
You’re paying tangible money for intangible goods. Intangible goods with a fair chance of failing to do exactly what they’re meant to do - play music.
You’re kidding right?
I have never had any problems playing the files I’ve paid for. Ever. Protected or not.
Just because you can download mp3’s “for free” doesn’t mean you’re getting a file of better quality than when you de-DRM a WMA or MP3 purchased via iTunes, Napster or Yahoo . . . how would the goods fail to do what they’re meant to do? If “you” (all of the you’s out there) can’t follow the suggestions as to how to de-DRM a file that have been listed here and other places, maybe “you” should just stick to buying CDs.
This may or may not help
every once in a while drm licenses go crazy and i couldn’t play protected or non protected (wma’s/mp3’s)
see if this helps