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Hi my program for MD is for Windows xp but I have vista.

Second qustion is.how to transfer the music from MD to PC???
thank you very much

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What model MD do you have? Generally you need any audio input cable to your PC that has a miniplug on the end that goes into the MD. This is a direct audio transfer, in real time. There's no other way except for some Hi-MD models.
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Your problem is that MiniDisc is only a one-way street. Music can be copied from another device or (with a Net MiniDisc) digitally transferred from a host pc onto the MD unit, but not the other way around. Confusion arises because in older versions of Sony SonicStage, music could be checked in and out of the device. When checking out, a copy was made onto MD along with a digital rights licence. The original stayed on the host pc and could only be checked out on three additional devices at any one time. When checking music back in, the device simply erased the digital copy on the MD and transferred the licence data back into the host pc, so that one of the four possible copies was restored and made available for further check-outs. Later SonicStage software abandoned this clumsy "check-in, check-out" process but tracks downloaded onto an MD under the old process could not even be erased from an MD until checked back in again.

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