I recently agreed to help my cousin upgrade his computer and now I’m in big trouble… The hardware part is fine, new mainboard/cpu/vid card great stuff, and of course a fresh winxp install due to the new board.
Anyhow here’s the problem at hand. He has a large collection of music downloaded from the “new and improved” legit napster (.wma’s) that i backed up for him to one of my machines. After reformatting his drive and reinstalling his OS i placed the .wma’s in his “my music” folder (makes sense) and none of them will play in winamp/windows media player/music match. It says cannot obtain license. Is there a way to convert these .wma’s to .mp3 (no built in licensing) so he can listen to the songs he paid for? He is no longer intrested in subscribing to napster because he has signed up for iTunes… Any help would be much appreciated.