I need some help with this...any and all help is really appreciate

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by hilmartin, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. hilmartin

    hilmartin Guest

    I don't know much about computers at all and this is what I am trying to
    do...I went into my windows media player and clicked on guide then on music
    and typed in the song I was looking for .. It came up,buffered,then played.
    It shows up on my library and the list to burn and everywhere else but I
    can't click on add to burn list cause it doesn't let me and when I click on
    the bottom where it says start burn it says that it is not syncronized so
    then I click on sync and it says it is not connected to media device or
    something like that. so what am I doing wrong? or what do I need to do to
    have the song syncronized and then be able to burn it to a cd? please help!!!
    hilmartin, Oct 10, 2006
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  2. You have to have the music/video locally on your PC to burn a copy. If it's
    "streaming" over the internet, then it's like you're listening to a radio
    broadcast, and WMP doesn't allow you to to save/record those.

    For more precise comments you'd need to tell us the exact links used,
    version of WMP etc.
    Mike Williams, Oct 10, 2006
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  3. hilmartin

    hilmartin Guest

    I have version 10 and I dont' know what links they are I just type what ever
    song I am looking for but what other device do I need exactly?
    hilmartin, Oct 11, 2006
  4. hilmartin

    hilmartin Guest

    I have version 10 and I dont' know what links it just depends on what song I
    want . What other device do I need exactly?
    hilmartin, Oct 11, 2006
  5. You'll either have to get a streaming audio recorder or obtain that music
    via other means.
    Mike Williams, Oct 11, 2006
  6. hilmartin

    hilmartin Guest

    where could I get a streaming audio recorder? and do you know of any other
    means to get that music?
    hilmartin, Oct 11, 2006
  7. 1.Google "streaming audio recorder".
    2. Buy it on CD.

    Mike Williams, Oct 11, 2006
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    Mike Lowery Guest


    Mike Lowery, Oct 11, 2006

  9. Roku radio snooper will usually list the links to the media files

    Just start it before you visit the media page, and it will try to
    extract all the media URLs you visit, which you can cut and pasted
    into your next post here -->>>

    Cheers - Neil
    Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media], Oct 15, 2006
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