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why won't myWindows media player 11 read cd tracks when i rip cds

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Old 04-14-2007
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why won't myWindows media player 11 read cd tracks when i rip cds
I've used my Windows Media player11 to rip Cds to my external hard tdrive
for about 2 weeks now, This week when I insert a CD into my latop it keeps
reading Track 1 Track 2 etc. This is for store bought and burnt CDs. Is there
any way to circumvent this problem because it's really a pain to type in all
those tracks all the time. Any help would be greatly appreciated from a
frustrated DJ?
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Old 04-15-2007
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Re: why won't myWindows media player 11 read cd tracks when i rip cds

Does opened cmd.exe as an administrator and then running:
regsvr32 wmp.dll
in that window fix you up? There'll be one more step after this
regardless... =\

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"From a frustrated DJ in Chicago" <From a frustrated DJ in
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> I've used my Windows Media player11 to rip Cds to my external hard tdrive
> for about 2 weeks now, This week when I insert a CD into my latop it keeps
> reading Track 1 Track 2 etc. This is for store bought and burnt CDs. Is
> there
> any way to circumvent this problem because it's really a pain to type in
> all
> those tracks all the time. Any help would be greatly appreciated from a
> frustrated DJ?



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