Fair Use and Windows Media Player

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  1. Silvertone

    Silvertone New Member

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    Well, here's the deal: I got my hands on a copy of Fair use, and its not working properly (i couldn't find my old copy). I realized its because of windows media player 11 and the new DRM encodings on the music. my questions are simple:

    is there a DRM stripper for the new files? if not, how can i work around it without tunebyte?
     
  2. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    We don't discuss things like that here. Too much liability. Take it to a Usenet.

    That said, if I wanted to strip copy protection on music I purchased legitimately, I'd burn it to a CD and then rip it back into mp3 format.
     
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    okay thanks... yeah that seemed a little sketchy posting it.
     

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