Windows 10: getting cd to download
You are posting on a forum full of them, willing to help anyone who is willing to be helped.
@Op.. If you're trying to rip a CD to a PC then there is lots of good free software to get this job done. Here's a sit that has a few listed and they are good.
5 Audio CD Ripper Software For Windows 10
If the OP is trying to rip A CD, Windows Media Player can do it. Right click near the top (in the light blue) and select tools/options/Rip Music. Select the "Format" drop down and choose your format.
To get track/album info from the 'net, on the options/Library tab, select "retrieve additional info from the internet"/
"only add missing information".
Insert the CD and dismiss any autoplay options.
Start WMP, select unknown album on the left, and "rip music" above/center. I tried it out, and by the time the third
track was being ripped, the CD, picture and track names were filled in. The rip can be found in
i am trying to copy all of my cds into the laptop so that i have the all in one place, and canswitch the songs around and make other cds
Open Windows Media Player, insert a disc, set desired Rip Settings then click Rip CD:
You could never just copy music files from CD and just let play from other place. Old .cda files are not like that. Only if it's in other formats like . MP3 etc.
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