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    Default Rip Music in Windows Media

    I am trying to rip music with Windows Media Player 11 and get the following error

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    Windows Media Player cannot rip tracks from the CD correctly because the CD drive settings in Device Manager do not match the CD drive settings in the Player.

    I am running XP Home SP2 and I am trying to get music onto my computer so I can get it to a MP3 player in my phone.

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    Comptia A+ and Network + Certified. Microsoft MCP in Windows 2000 Pro. Server, Advanced Server and Data Center Sever.

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    Hopefully this will help
    That error means that WMP will be unable to copy audio based upon the
    current settings for that drive. Under Tools>>Options>>Devices you will
    find the settings. Click on Properties for that drive, you will get the
    option to specify analog or digital recording. Switch to whichever is not
    in use and try again.
    Keep us posted.

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    On the Rip tab digital is marked but there is no way to make analog - it not active

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    Are you sure you selected the right r/w drive?

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    Yes

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    Try uninstalling >reboot and reinstall WMP11 (uninstalling will automatacally revert to either WMP 9 or 10). Go to Control Panel > Add/Remove programs> check the box at top 'show updates' scroll down to WMP11 highlight and delete.