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Someone sent me a mp3 file, while I can play it, it wont let me burn it.

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The mp3 file has play and transfer rights, but not burn rights. Search for keyword - "DRM Management" or "burn rights" for further details on this problem. It is not legal to convert the file that is giving you the problem, but you could pay for either a DRM stripper or a Mp3 conversion tool that will convert the file to Mp3 Format. I would bet dollars to donuts that the music file that your friend gave you is not in true mp3 format (probably wma, wav, or aac).

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