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Security on wma files

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Dexter

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Does any one know how to get the licens sell away

i reinstalled my computer and now i cant open my files
 
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Jim

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By default, Windows Media Player creates protected WMA files when you rip CDs. Because protected files require licenses for playback, you won't be able to listen to the files on another computer. But you can turn this feature off. In Windows Media Player, open the Tools menu and select Options. Then click on the Copy Music tab, and uncheck the box next to Protect music.
 

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