2. This is your wakeup call about DRM. While I feel for you, the forum policied FORBID such a discussion. Next time, get those in plain non-secure, non-DRM tracks.
Hi you clever guys out there!
I have a 9 year old Sony Vaio. In 1997 I placed 104 of my own CD music tracks on it using Real Audio. Real Audio kindly placed them on the machine in secure format, not MP3! I want to download them off the Vaio (without having to record them all over again) onto a memory stick and an MP3 player, so that I can carry them around. Real Audio tell me that I can burn the tracks onto a CD and then convert them to MP3. However my Vaio (operating system Windows 98 (not SE!))only has a CD player not a writer. Does anyone know if I can obtain a program which I can put onto the Vaio to convert from Real Audio Secure to MP3?
Grateful thanks guys!