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I am trying to copy music from a disc to my mp3. however i keep getting a message about digital media rights? to top it off i cannot find my instruction booklet & disc!! please help.... im going on holiday soon and really want my music sorted.

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My question would be how are you trying to do it? Copy music from where? a regular CD? also what type of MP3 player do you have?

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