#1
How can i take songs of iTunes and put them to Windows Media Player?
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#2
You can't take them directly form iTunes to Windows Media. You have to get the actual file from where ever you keep yours.
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#3
Quote by Bamitchell
You can't take them directly form iTunes to Windows Media. You have to get the actual file from where ever you keep yours.

Like, from My Music or somewhere else?
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#4
Quote by biga29
Like, from My Music or somewhere else?


Well I don't know where you keep your music....mine is in Local Disk D under Music. I'm not sure where iTunes saves it's files when you buy them from iTunes store though.
Tonight, we stagger out from the basement...


I'm sick of not having the courage to be an absolute nobody.

...Or fall to our deaths from above
#5
Quote by Bamitchell
Well I don't know where you keep your music....mine is in Local Disk D under Music. I'm not sure where iTunes saves it's files when you buy them from iTunes store though.

Well ive found in all the files and stuff, how do i take it from there?
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#6
Quote by biga29
Well ive found in all the files and stuff, how do i take it from there?


Create a playlist then drag the music you want into the window.
Tonight, we stagger out from the basement...


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...Or fall to our deaths from above
#7
the only way i can think of is to re-import all of your songs as mp3 files or find some freeware online that will do it for you