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Songs will not transfer

I'm trying to transfer these songs onto my mp3. The songs are on my computer from CDs that I bought. If it helps, I burned them onto my computer using WMP. These songs used to be able to be transferred on my mp3, but for some reason they will not transfer anymore. Other songs will transfer, just not the ones I burnt on my computer from CD using WMP. Every time I try to transfer one of these songs I get an error message: a problem has occurred in obtaining the device's certificate. i think it's beacuse it's WMA. I tried to transfer them in every program I have: WMP and Rhapsody, and even through My Computer. What can I do to fix it? I'm pretty sure it's because the songs are WMA.

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Re-rip them in Mp3 format, and you will have no problem

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