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Every time i try to play the music it tells me it needs DRM time

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Many online music stores employ DRM to restrict usage of music purchased and downloaded online. The best way to overcome this is to download DRM- free tracks. Some online music stores such as amazon, eMusic and Beatport give you DRM free tracks. Try getting your music from them. Or else you can rip the Cds to get the tracks.
hope this solves your problem.

FixYa!!

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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