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When I rip a CD onto Windows Media Player, it comes out, 1. 2. .3 ...10. How Can You get the songs to be printed instead of numbers representing the songs.

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Windows Media Player rips music to your library using the TRACK 1, 2 etc. in order to get album, artist and song information you must be connected to the internet so it can download information on the CD.

If you downloaded the music instead of buying it, not only is it illegal but it may not pick up any information on the music.

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Before you select to rip the songs, edit them by renaming them - song - artist - album etc... then rip the music. Right click and select edit, then rename, press the tab key to go to the next selection artist etc.. and rename. You can also rip the music then go online to let media player find the details, but they do not always find the right details for the correct albums, so I always rename my albums myself

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