- Open Windows Media Player, maximize the window and click on the Switch to Library icon.
- Right click in the area immediately above the Search box until you get a drop down menu.
- Go to Tools/Options/Rip Music.
- In the Rip Music to this Location, choose where you want your music to be copied to.
- In Rip Settings, click MP3.
- Click on Learn About Copy Protection and read warning.
- Click on Eject CD after ripping.
- Select the Audio quality you would like (I recommend highest quality, it sounds way better!).
- Click OK.
- Insert the CD you want to copy.
- Select the audio track or tracks you want to copy. If all audio tracks are selected, uncheck the box for all files and just select the ones you want.
- Click Rip CD.
- After your audio track has been copied to your computer, the CD will eject automatically.
- Search for your new mp3 in the file location you selected in step 4.
- Once you find it you may have to rename it with the artist name and song title if it was not copied from an original CD.
Source : Yahoo
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