Question about Computers & Internet
Hypothetically, if you have files on a disc, you'd drag and drop them somewhere on your computer.... such as your "my music" folder in your documents folder.
iTunes and Media Player use this as a default "search" path for new files, and it should add into the library automatically.
If they still don't show up, drag and drop them from the music folder into whatever program you are using to manually add them.
You can't rip a data disc with files on it like you could rip an audio CD with music on it. Different formats. =-]
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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