Hey ppl, im new here but I have a serious problem and I beg y’all for help!
Here is my situation:
I bought and downloaded a .wma song for 99 cents on buy.com. The song plays on my windows media player series 9, and on my real player. The file is stored in the folder: “my music”.
When I try to burn the song to a cd on real player, a message pops up saying that I have “insufficient rights”. Dammit! I bought the song legally and now I want to listen to it on some portable device!
So I played the song again on windows media and while it was playing, I went up to “file” and clicked “Save Media As…” and saved the currently playing song to my cd-rw drive. So now that the song is saved in two locations on the harddrive–“my music” and cd-rw drive–is the file in the cd-rw drive still in a state where it can’t be burned?
When I right click on the song file and select “properties” and then click “liscence”, it says “protected content” and under that, “10 copy(s) remaining”. what does this mean?
Is there any way that I can burn the song file onto a regular audio cd or mp3/wma player directly from windows media? or can I copy the file onto a cd-rw from the cd-rw drive? Or can I somehow change the format of the .wma file and then start burning?
HELP!!! PLEASE!!! I just want to listen to the music on a portable player! How can I do this preferably without paying for some software or something?
Thanks a million,