#1
i'm tryin to burn a cd right now and i have all the mp3 files in a separate folder, and when i drag them all into the burn list half of them work fine but the other half gives me a message that says "cannot add the file [song name] Reason: the file format is not supported". what does this mean? cuz they're all mp3 files and they all play fine on windows media player.
#2
They're infected...

It has begun!

I dunno, sorry
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#5
Did you rip the mp3s from a CD or download them?
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#8
windows "professional"

and ive burned many cds before, i have a separate cd burner connected through a usb port.
#9
yeah, what OS? What program are you burning them with?
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#13
windows WHAT professional? XP 2K Vista?
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#15
i would say DRM. if you're using an older, unsupported operating system, it probably doesn't recognize what DRM even is.
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i would say DRM. if you're using an older, unsupported operating system, it probably doesn't recognize what DRM even is.


I dont even know what DRM is.
#17
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I dont even know what DRM is.


The RIAAs way of protecting music so you can't share.

it was obsolete before it was even made.