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by mispie / November 8, 2004 3:24 AM PST

i had my computer worked on and they put all my music on cd, did not burn it just backed it up i guess. so how do i get it back on my computer? thanks mispie

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Re: music
by Kees Bakker / November 8, 2004 5:36 AM PST
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What's the difference for you between 'burning' and 'backing up'?
If you think they just copied the files, copy them back with Windows Explorer!


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Re: music
by Buddhi / November 10, 2004 5:50 PM PST
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just put the CD into your drive...go to my computer, access the CD, find the folder with all your music files, go to Edit > Select All then Edit > Copy...go to Start > My Music or My Documents or wherever you want to put your files and then Edit > Paste...done!

if your audio is in audio CD format, u will have to use a audio ripper to convert them. use windows media player because you probably have it. Start it and go to Rip/Copy from CD

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