Sheesh, you'd think something like that would install and run easily.
I use DeskShare Digital Media Converter for some audio and video
conversions. It hiccupped when I tried to install it in Vista. But I was
still able to run it and convert a couple of WMAs to MP3s. You might want to
try downloading the freebie version fr0m their site first
) to see if it'll to work.
A search for Vista Audio Converter came up with one that supposedly is
already written for Vista here:
I didn't try it though. Again, you could just download it and give it a try.
If all else fails and you're ripping CDs, you could always rip twice (not as
fast, I know). Rip to WMA, then rip again to MP3.
"Martin Racette" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> The one that used was from Microsoft, it was the bonus pack for Windows
> Media Player, but it is not compatible with Vista, and refuse to install
> at all
> Can you give more about which application could do the same, and not be
> too complicated to use
> Thank you in advance
> Merci a l'avance
> "Puppy Breath" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> You could probably use the same app or tool you used in XP. There's a ton
>> of programs you can use to convert media file types. Since they don't
>> work close to the metal, I would expect any XP program would work in
>> "Martin Racette" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> The only thing that I really miss in Vista is the tool that I had in XP
>>> to convert the MP3s into WMA
>>> Is there something in Vista that will let me do that
>>> BTW I'm using Vista Ultimate x64
>>> Thank you in Advance
>>> Merci a l'avance